High-tech drones have given a glimpse of the future of environmental monitoring.

Santos has completed its Environment Impact Statement for the development of gas reserves in northern NSW.

Adelaide is preparing to host international shipbuilders ahead of a major defence construction to start from 2018.

Australian engineers have discovered an exciting new way to produce graphene – with soybean oil.

The CFMEU says the Russian mafia has been pushing asbestos products into Australia.

Former prime minister Tony Abbott has repeated his call for Australia’s renewable energy target to be scrapped.

South Australia’s Chief Scientist wants to keep nuclear power alive in discussions about long-term energy supply.

A new report says Germany’s attempt to switch its electricity supply from nuclear to wind and solar will not be simple.

The Australian Research Council has backed a project to help clean up the CSG process.

Biomolecular science professor Alan Mackay-Sim has been named Australian of the Year.

Scientists are investigating the idea of growing replacement human organs inside pigs.

WA Labor says there are 16 possible causes for lead contamination among the 3000 defects at the trouble-plagued Perth Children's Hospital.

President Donald Trump has allowed controversial oil pipelines to move ahead, while gagging EPA workers.

A swarm of robots has measured waves and ocean currents in high-resolution 3D.

Engineers will review 1,500 South Australian bridges after structural problems emerged last week.

Physicists have invented a tiny device that creates the highest quality holographic images ever achieved.

A Brazilian bank has filed a class action suit against BHP Billiton and Vale.

Samsung Electronics says internal short circuiting in Galaxy Note 7 batteries caused the phones to catch fire – twice.

The Government is seeking tenders for technology to check fingerprints and scan faces at airports.

The decommissioning, remediation and rehabilitation of the Hazelwood power station site will cost at least $743 million.

Australian engineers have unveiled a high-tech medical device to make brain surgery safer.

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