The Greens have pledged $500 million to assist steelmakers in quitting coal.

Experts have created a new device that should improve future electronics.

A major miner says it is committed to a uranium project in WA, despite being knocked back by the state government.

Expert groups have welcomed funding they say will supercharge Australia’s global sci-tech profile.

Experts say that strict adherence to the COP26 climate goals should keep global warming to 2℃.

Woodside has applied for a US listing ahead of a $63 billion merger vote.

Victims of the 2011 Brisbane floods have lost a High Court over findings against dam engineers.

Queensland researchers have shown that teleportation can be used to avoid loss in quantum communication channels.

Animal exoskeletons are being modelled to develop new construction materials.

Glencore is selling off several of its Australian copper mines as the commodity goes wild.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) says gas supply should meet Australia’s declining usage until 2033.

Artificial intelligence is being used to improve the efficiency of waste-to-energy plants.

The CEFC says it will put up $5 million for the Blind Creek Solar and Battery Project.

The Federal Government is trying for the third time to change the rules so its green energy funds can invest in fossil fuel-related projects.

The UK has announced plans to build more nuclear power plants.

A new, robotic ‘e-nose’ can sniff out important differences between types of whiskey.

Australia has agreed to work on hypersonic missiles - weapons that can travel at least five times the speed of sound.

Global warming of more than 1.5℃ is now “almost inevitable”, according to the latest IPCC update.

International researchers say they have successfully developed a human-like sense of touch for robots.

The Queensland government has knocked back a coal exploration licence close to the Great Barrier Reef.

Coal exports are on track to break $100 billion this financial year.

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