Macquarie University recently unveiled the Huntsman Telescope, designed to 'hunt for' and study ultra-faint galaxies and astronomical objects in the Southern Sky.
Researchers created a method for detecting folding errors at early stages of neurodegenerative diseases, via the structure of dried protein and peptide solutions.
The SpIRIT spacecraft has been booked with launch service provider ISISPACE to blast off on the Falcon 9 Transporter 8 rocket in April 2023.
While similar black hole candidates have been proposed, this is said to be the first 'dormant' stellar-mass black hole to be unambiguously detected outside our galaxy.
Tanya Plibersek described the 2021 State of the Environment report as one of the most important documents in environmental science, albeit one of the most confronting.
A simple and common scan can reveal if people are at increased risk of developing late-life dementia, which is becoming increasingly common after 80 years of age.
NASA has released further images and insights from the James Webb Space Telescope, providing an unprecedented view into various cosmic phenomena.
The telescope has produced the deepest and sharpest infrared image of the distant universe to date, one which reveals thousands of galaxies — including the faintest objects ever observed in the infrared.
The Earth could be both delivering more, and removing less, methane into the air than previously estimated, with the result that more heat is being trapped in the atmosphere.
Hydrogel granules made from polyvinyl alcohol function as a biological carrier for microorganism cultures, which decompose pollutants in wastewater.
Tropical trees in Australia's rainforests have been dying at double the previous rate since the 1980s, seemingly because of climate impacts.
A new study reveals microplastics in Antarctic snow, while another suggests two major glaciers may be losing ice faster than they have in the last 5000 years.
The supermassive black hole J1144 consumes the equivalent of one Earth every second and shines 7000 times brighter than all the light from our own galaxy.
Researchers reveal the results of their mineralogical and chemical analyses of rock samples from the asteroid Ryugu, which were transported to Earth 18 months ago.
By mutating the wheat seeds from Bangladesh's coastal fields, researchers were able to develop approximately 2000 lines of wheat.