Scientists and engineers have pioneered new techniques to mass produce healthy baby corals, which could help restore reefs damaged by the impacts of climate change.
This latest study has provided a ‘birds eye view’ of the state of coral health research, highlighting key areas of improvement for the research field
A process similar to that used to store human embryos is being used by scientists at The University of Queensland to save native Australian plants.
Monash team reaches speeds of 116kmh to officially become Australia’s fastest human powered bicycle.
The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) has today called on the Federal Government to commit to an ambitious target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2035.
Researchers from QUT have partnered with solar cell manufacturers in a project that aims to commercialise ultra-low cost, flexible perovskite solar cells.
Engineers in Melbourne are vying for pole position in the global race to make a cheap rechargeable battery for storing solar energy that does not rely on scarce natural resources.
How can seaweed change the world? For one thing it can superpower the Australian science industry, and academic and business is calling for a roadmap to capitalise on innovation.
UNSW Sydney solar experts says we need bespoke technology designed to recycle important elements inside solar panels.
ANSTO and UNSW researchers have developed a new method for reconstructing the country’s fire history using cave stalagmites.
Fundamental university science research has drawn inspiration from the Great Barrier Reef’s carbon storage capacity, the plant world’s ultra-efficient storage and transport structure, the reinvention solid state physics to develop new materials for electronic efficiency and advanced agricultural to nourish future outposts in space.
Global coffee production is facing threats due to increasing and concurrent hazards fuelled by climate change
ANSTO researchers explore the potential impact of contaminants on decommissioned offshore oil and gas infrastructure.
New research finds almost 4000 Australian plant species have not been photographed before in the wild, which may lead to their extinction.
Mortality rates of orphaned koala joeys could be greatly reduced by a non-invasive stress test kit being trialled by UQ researchers.
Join this discussion exploring the environmental impacts of decommissioning oil and gas structures in an environmentally responsible manner at minimal cost.
Almost 180 women who are leaders from 25 countries will voyage on two ships to Antarctica in November to ensure the sustainability of the planet.
Researchers from UNSW Sydney have developed a national reference guide to help Australia hit its net zero targets.
Australia’s mounting packaging stockpile could soon shrink with a little help from greener packaging made from vegetable waste.
A team led by University of South Australia researchers has pioneered a new soil remediation technique that is significantly faster, simpler, safer, and more cost-effective than currently available methods.
A manufacturing process for structural lightweight concrete by rubber from used car tyres.
A breakthrough could help address a major obstacle in the development of environmentally friendly, cost effective, polymer-based batteries.
In the latest issue we explore how uncovering, processing and extracting critical minerals relies on continuous and evolving research and people trained in science.
“Research we are doing today could impact the discovery of critical mineral deposits within the next five to 10 years.”