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.
Autonomous airborne pollen samplers might help to provide a breath of fresh air for asthma and hay fever sufferers, according to researchers.
CSIRO has signed a new five-year agreement with aerospace company Intuitive Machines to support multiple lunar missions.
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.
A new photocatalyst can produce methane fuel selectively and effectively from carbon dioxide using sunlight.
Without efforts to mitigate climate change, summers spanning nearly six months may become the new normal by 2100 in the Northern Hemisphere.
New observations of the first black hole ever detected have revealed that it is in fact the most massive stellar-mass black hole ever detected without the use of gravitational waves.
NASA's Perseverance rover — the largest, most advanced rover the agency has ever sent to another world — touched down on Mars after a 203-day journey.
Researchers have developed a gene panel test that allows for highly accurate diagnosis of the most common types of liposarcoma.
Researchers have constructed a new method of quantifying just how fast the sea will react to warming, finding that former predictions have been too conservative.