BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie says overworking is unhelpful.

The SA Government has put up $690 million to replace old buildings and classrooms at 90 schools across the state.

US scientists have devised a new method of gene editing that can find and replace single letters of DNA.

Queensland has created new industrial manslaughter laws following last year’s deaths at Dreamworld.

A new project is combining 3D-printing, robotic surgery and advanced manufacturing ...

Federal Government ministers have written a formal letter to China in support of the Adani Carmichael coal project.

If the Northern Territory dives headlong into gas development, it could make up to $5.8 billion over 25 years.

The Productivity Commission has called for a carbon tax, describing Australia’s energy system as “an appalling mess”.

The ABCC’s chief lawyer has walked out in protest against his former boss's conduct.

The Federal Government has rejected a ban on imports of combustible aluminium composite cladding.

Mining automation is set to grow in value by almost 50 per cent by 2023, according to a new report.

Authorities say the new national emissions plan could make it tough for some major industries.

Australian researchers have developed a new class of enzyme-like nanovehicles that could detect cancer for less than $5.

There is concern that the new energy policy pits renewables against fossil fuel ...

Australian researchers have manipulated liquid metal into entirely new two-dimensional materials.

Queensland scientists are working to inject human rationality into robots.

Queensland has introduced legislation to ban donations to local and state politicians from property developers, but not unions.

US researchers are developing a battery that can use incredibly abundant and cheap materials; sulphur, water, air and salt.

Researchers have tracked the collision of two neutron stars based on their gravitational waves.

Adani says it will soon start work on a rail link for its Carmichael coal mine, despite needing billions in finance.

Materials scientists say Australia should anticipate long-term growth in demand for electric vehicles and start planning now.

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