Scientists are discovering the amazing properties of atomically-thin, twisted graphene.

Federal agencies are funding a new digital energy connections simulation tool.

A damning COVIDSafe report shows the Federal Government ignored important input.

Experts say sticky tape can protect people from computer hackers, but not in the way many might think.

Western Australia’s first locally-made satellite has been launched into space.

A new study suggests far more university students are cheating than previously thought.

Experts say stressed teens benefit from coping online.

The Federal Government has passed a bill that gives the AFP new powers to hack and disrupt ‘dark web’ activities.

Experts say satellites could enhance water quality management.

The ACCC says it may have to regulate to reduce the dominance of Apple and Google in app marketplaces.

Engineers are working on ways to ‘grow’ electronic components directly onto a semiconductor block.

Australian scientists have set a new record for solar cell efficiency.

Experts say classroom-style learning could become the norm for programming ethical, trustworthy robots.

Border Force is celebrating a successful trial of blockchain-based cross-border document trades.

Australia’s “broken” Freedom of Information system is allowing the Coalition to “unlawfully” block requests.

The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) has found serious conflicts of interest in IBM’s work for the Department of Defence.

The Southern Hemisphere’s first underground dark matter physics laboratory should be ready by the end of the year.

Australian researchers say they have solved the big problem of how to control millions of qubits in a quantum computer.

State and federal ministers have agreed to a new sharing regime dubbed the ‘Australian Data Network’.

Research suggests new LEDs can detect spoiled food and lethal gases.

Nine in ten Australians trust science and scientists, according to a new survey.

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