Scientists have discovered phosphorus — an essential chemical element for life — locked inside salt-rich ice grains ejected into space from Enceladus, one of Saturn's moons.
An international team of researchers performed detailed observations of a Type Ia supernova which exploded in 2020.
Scientists have discovered cell populations in blood which clearly indicate whether a person infected with dengue fever is likely to progress to life-threatening severe disease or not.
Researchers using a telescope owned by CSIRO have detected a 'fast radio burst' in a nearby galaxy that questions what we know about how the phenomena form.
Researchers in Japan have discovered the mechanisms involved in plant cell regeneration and how the plants create the correct type of tissue when damaged.
QUT has taken a critical step towards establishing Australia's first 'biopharm' to make life-saving medicines and vaccines in plants.
New medical evidence shows consuming cranberry products could be an effective way to prevent a UTI before it gets started.
MGI and South Australian Genomics Centre have introduced the country's first commercial ultra-high throughput sequencer, DNBSEQ-T7.
Scientists have developed a human 'pangenome' reference — a collection of genome sequences that captures more human diversity than the Human Genome Project.
Astronomers suspected that in some cases red giants may consume nearby planets, but the phenomenon had never been directly observed before.
The strategy sets out a long-term vision for how Australia will take advantage of the opportunities of quantum technologies.
Astronomers have observed for the first time, in the same image, the shadow of the black hole at the centre of the galaxy Messier 87 (M87) and the powerful jet expelled from it.
The strip-based lateral flow assay uses nanoparticle-based technology to detect the concentration of specific biomarkers present in the blood plasma of women with preeclampsia.
Researchers analysed samples of the asteroid and found uracil — one of the informational units that make up RNA — as well as nicotinic acid, also known as vitamin B3.
Proteomics International's diagnostic test works by measuring the concentration of biomarkers in the blood that are associated with endometriosis.