Researchers have sent a tiny motor for a spin, fuelled only by the stomach acid of a mouse.

French engineers are working towards a future where circuitry is not set in stone (or silicon), but can reconfigure itself on command.

Australia’s top national science agencies say looming climate change will hit the nation hard, and the chance to do anything about it is slipping away.

An international study has found that girls outperform boys in educational achievement worldwide.

A government report has flung a scathing condemnation at Australia’s building industry energy performance.

Nature has long held the engineering secrets to power the future, and researchers are now looking to pinch another one – the power of self-assembly.

Executives from the nuclear power company at the centre of the 2011 Fukushima disaster won’t face charges.

Maths. Robots. The Internet. If you are still reading, QUT’s newest online course may be right up your cyborg alley.

A study in which 6 people reported their own observations of wind turbine effects is being used as an argument against the wind energy industry.

Premier Daniel Andrews claims he is working with Prime Minister Tony Abbott to find alternatives for $3 billion federal funding committed to the East West Link.

A suitably sci-fi looking device can turn plastic into edible mushrooms.

Australian researchers have developed a new liquid crystal material that will get better performance out of printable organic solar cells.

An elastic implant that moves with the spinal cord has restored the ability to walk in paralysed rats, and could be on the way to human trials.

The Pilbara region’s annoying jigsaw of a power network is set to undergo a major overhaul, as Australia’s biggest mining hub continues to grow.

A new study shows that at even the highest echelons of academia, baseless assumptions are keeping women from being adequately represented.

More accolades for one of the people behind Australia’s most exciting medical invention, as Professor Graeme Clark receives the US Russ Prize for the cochlear implant.

As the new year gets into gear, many hope that a raft of ideas and policies for protecting energy supplies and the environment will be on the way.

The ACCC says it will stick to its guns in a fight to address boycotts and bullying on building sites, and has called for union members to speak out about dodginess at the higher levels.

A long-awaited shipment of groceries and gifts has finally been delivered at the International Space Station.

Barnaby Joyce says the Government's $11 billion deal to buy Telstra’s copper network means the National Broadband Network (NBN) will be delivered by 2015-16.

An environmental expert has slammed Federal Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce’s big dam plan.

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