The quest to create meat without the need for animal agriculture continues.

Experts say a by-product of steel making can be used to both treat wastewater and make stronger concrete.

The NSW Government says planning processes will be fast-tracked to support the construction sector.

Griffith engineers are using ‘nanobelts’ to increase the production of hydrogen fuel.

A new study has reviewed failed freeways around the world.

An international team of researchers have developed a ‘smart toilet’ that can analyse the chemistry of urine and stool.

The Federal Government has detailed its latest emissions-reduction purchases.

Australian researchers have developed an improved laser system that will help large optical telescopes gather more accurate data.

ARENA has commissioned a study of pumped hydro potential in regional NSW.

Australian researchers have discovered how cells read data off DNA.

Experts say green technologies are ripe to help Australian industry emerge from hibernation.

Australian industry could turn to tequila to ease its fuel shortage woes.

New South Wales has allowed a coal mining extension under Sydney's Woronora water reservoir.

The Federal Government’s new $130 billion JobKeeper wage subsidy plan has been fairly well received.

Engineers have created a new, shape-changing, free-roaming soft robot to work alongside humans.

Australian researchers are looking at strangely-shaped magnetic fields as a new way to store data.

Approval has been granted for what could be Australia’s first pumped hydro project in 40 years.

The Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) is preparing for Chinese companies to buy up distressed Australian assets.

A new study looks at renewable energy facilities in areas of environmental significance, which could threaten natural habitats.

A cutting-edge team has been formed to search for the oldest stars and galaxies in our universe.

Experts say the global COVID-19 shutdown should not be an excuse to stop climate action.

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