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.
An experimental new urine test for prostate cancer has the potential to revolutionise how patients with suspected prostate cancer are risk-assessed prior to an invasive biopsy.
Researchers have used platinum and aluminium compounds to create a catalyst which enables certain chemical reactions to occur more efficiently than ever before.
The Australian Government is investing $387 million to co-host the world's largest radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA).
Australian scientists have uncovered an unlikely microscopic ally in the battle to reduce the amount of methane gas in the atmosphere.
Bacteria plucked from a desert plant could help crops survive heatwaves and protect the future of food, according to new research.
Scientists saw a clear detection of X-rays from their first observation, just analysed recently, and a possible flare of X-rays in those obtained 15 years later.
CSIRO has signed a new five-year agreement with aerospace company Intuitive Machines to support multiple lunar missions.
Autonomous airborne pollen samplers might help to provide a breath of fresh air for asthma and hay fever sufferers, according to researchers.
The mostly submerged continent has New Zealand and New Caledonia rising from its depths and was only put on the map by geologists in 2014.