David Littleproud has again called for more dams.

Some of Australia’s top scientists have teamed up with a Japanese chemical firm to build next-gen batteries.

The Federal Government will soon reintroduce its ‘big stick’ energy legislation.

Harvard has developed a new supercooling method to extend liver preservation time by more than a day.

New prosthetics are being developed to give sensory feedback to the user, reducing phantom limb issues.

Research engineers have come up with a cheap, thermoelectric device that harnesses the cold of space to generate electricity.

A Great Australian Bight oil industry would require decades of subsidies, experts say.

Volkswagen will pay up to $140 million in compensation to customers affected by its diesel emissions scandal.

Water vapour has been discovered in the atmosphere of a planet eight times as heavy and twice as large as Earth.

The Senate has voted to establish a federal anti-corruption body.

A new research facility will attempt to trap atoms to protect Australia’s groundwater.

Proponents have released plans for Australia’s only methanol plant, to be built in Darwin Harbour.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and TransGrid have opened consultation on plans for the interconnector between Victoria and New South Wales (NSW).

New approvals mean Australia’s Renewable Energy Target will be met in 2020.

New research shows that soldiers have to care about robots they work with, but not too much.

Australian researchers have engineered gold-based molecules that target cancer cells and leave healthy cells unharmed.

Researchers in the US have gained control of the elusive “particle” of sound, the phonon.

Papua New Guinea has given Australia’s Oil Search approval to proceed with a $20 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project.

The WA Government has released a new greenhouse gas emissions policy for projects assessed by the EPA.

NAB is facing a potential $74 million lawsuit over the collapse of a construction firm.

The ANU is setting up a new facility to dig through incredible mounds of data from space.

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