Researchers have developed a high-throughput RNA sequencing strategy to study the activity of the gut microbiome.
The Illumina Nextera Flex for Enrichment is a targeted sequencing solution.
The National Science and Technology Council is set to take the place of the Commonwealth Science Council as the peak advisory body to the Prime Minister and other Ministers on science and technology.
Researchers from the University of Adelaide and Griffith University have developed a new blood test for the early diagnosis of ovarian cancer.
A team of scientists from Melbourne, Europe and the United States has identified a genetic variation that influences stroke patients' recovery.
A Nobel prize-winning American cell biologist talks about extracellular vesicles (EVs), exciting developments in the field and the challenges facing scientific publishing.
The centre will help Australian researchers maximise the benefits of observing Earth from space and further develop Australia's space sector.
The $100 genome era is said to be upon us. But is it really?
A real-life version of Back to the Future's flux capacitor will have important applications in communication technology and quantum computing.
The story of the Loch Ness monster is one of the world's greatest mysteries.
CSIRO's Data61 has opened a new facility purpose-built for applied research into novel augmented reality, virtual reality and 3D web technologies.
A group of international researchers has developed a web tool, RefEx, that can easily search gene expression data available in public databases.
Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham surprised attendees at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide by announcing the government's plans to establish Australia's very own space agency.
UNSW engineers have invented a new architecture for quantum computing that promises to make the large-scale manufacture of quantum chips both cheaper and easier than previously thought possible.
A recent study, conducted in both human and mouse cells, has revealed that cancer cells might streamline their genomes in order to proliferate more easily.