Shares in a major Australian resource engineering firm have plummeted on the back of its latest figures.

A new technique could finally bring the ‘miracle material’ graphene out of the laboratory.

Reports say Rio Tinto is planning deep cuts across its iron ore business.

The Prime Minister says the Australian Submarine Corporation will have a shot at a $20 billion dollar submarine-building contract, but there are fears it may just be a rouse.

Joe Hockey will not be bothered by the ACT’s latest blights on the landscape, with three wind energy contracts going to projects well outside the nation’s capital.

A high-tech neural-engineering lab has received a very generous donation, which will go towards the development of new devices in Australia.

The Greens have unveiled a plan to end all coal mining in New South Wales.

Material scientists have developed a new kind of light-weight steel that is as strong as titanium.

A Federal Government report has suggesting setting up a system of ‘building passports’ to improve poor energy performance in the built environment.

South Australia will have a Royal Commission to investigate its role in all parts of the nuclear power cycle.

Australian researchers have come up with a brilliant idea involving cars, robots and plenty of wine.

Engineers at New York University have pinched the action of the wings of birds to use in the design of new water pump.

Santos is blaming low oil prices for its decision to sack workers.

The humble roundworm could become a pioneer of modern scientific safety, as part of tests to measure the toxicity of nanoparticles.

The Master Builders Association says lives will be put at risk when the Victorian Government scraps drug and alcohol tests on building sites.

A stunning new microscope will enhance Australia’s research capabilities, experts say.

The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) says one building site in regional New South Wales is exploiting dozens of foreign workers, with some paid just four dollars an hour.

There are signs that the National Broadband Network is already being squeezed out by private players, showing the costs of constant planning and delays.

There have been some loud responses to a new report on the negative effects of wind farms.

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