DNA testing of Australian honey can reveal where it was produced and its main floral sources, according to researchers from CSIRO.
A new test could help reduce the high mortality rate from ovarian cancer by dramatically improving the accuracy of early detection.
Vets have developed a diagnostic point-of-care kit that is claimed to detect the deadly Hendra virus in horses faster than ever — in under an hour, rather than days.
Astronomers have potentially discovered the first evidence of the destruction of a collapsed rapidly spinning star — described as a "magneto-rotational hypernova".
Blood-based measurement of glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) can distinguish patients with frontotemporal dementia from those with primary psychiatric disorders or healthy individuals.
A new species of large prehistoric crocodile that roamed South East Queensland's waterways millions of years ago has been documented by UQ researchers.
The kit could facilitate the diagnosis of malaria in the field, as it is anticipated to be lightweight, easy to use and able to detect the disease in its early stages.
Many of the cancers that the test is capable of detecting do not have screening tests available, such as liver, pancreatic and oesophageal cancers.
Scientists have for the first time detected black holes swallowing neutron stars — reminiscent of Pac-Man eating dots.
An international consortium has agreed to build and operate a ground-based telescope that will produce images sharper than space telescopes operating today.
The odour-based test sniffs out vapours emanating from blood samples and is able to distinguish between benign, pancreatic and ovarian cancer cells.
Researchers have developed a rapid and sensitive testing method for COVID-19 biomarkers, claimed to provide results in just one second.
The European Space Agency will collaborate with the Australian Space Agency on the construction of a deep space antenna at New Norcia, 140 km north of Perth.
Long before signs of bleaching appear, prolonged spells of warm water cause heat stress that disrupts the nutrient cycling of the coral and its symbiotic algae.
TU Wien scientists have produced a special perovskite that is suitable as a catalyst for converting CO2 into other useful substances, such as synthetic fuels.