Australian and New Zealand scientists have shown a strong link between human greenhouse gas emissions and the increased melting of glaciers.
Blood tests based on the tau protein phospho-tau217 (p-tau217) may be able to detect changes in the brain 20 years before dementia symptoms occur.
The new test uses a single drop of blood — collected from a simple finger prick — and results are ready in a few hours.
The LIGO and Virgo observatories have detected gravitational waves caused by the collision of a black hole, accompanied by a mysterious astrophysical object.
The method has been found to detect kidney cancers with high accuracy, including small, localised tumours for which no early detection method currently exists.
Fresh examination of an Australian fossil has revealed evidence of a newly discovered plant species that existed more than 359 million years ago.
A groundbreaking new test can improve the early detection of prostate cancer compared with the existing prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test.
Feeding coral a dose of good bacteria increases their overall health and tolerance to stresses related to climate change, such as rising water temperatures.
Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) — technology that resembles a sponge filled with tiny magnets — are being used to help deliver cleaner air and water.
Saliva can be used to diagnose the presence and transmission of COVID-19, and to monitor immunity to SARS-Cov-2.
Astronomers have observed the full process of material spiralling into a distant neutron star, triggering an X-ray outburst thousands of times brighter than our Sun.
Bricks and construction materials could be made from recycled PVC, waste plant fibres or sand with the help of a new kind of rubber polymer.
Parts of the Eastern Highlands of Victoria may be as young as five million years old — not 90 million years old as previously thought.
The biomarker discovery could be used as the basis for a highly effective and simple diagnostic blood test to help detect prevalent cases of TB in the community.