Views on the viability of the Carmichael coal mine are beginning to sour.

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) says the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) miscalculated the likelihood of a blackout in February.

Japan is pushing to become the world’s first hydrogen-fuelled nation, and Australian companies are eager to help.

The Turnbull Government could unveil up to $50 billion worth of infrastructure spending in May's budget.

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has dipped in between Saturn and its innermost rings to gather the most detailed data ever obtained.

The CSIRO says an active transition to a zero-carbon electricity system will need financial incentives.

A common caterpillar could be the key to reducing waste from the trillion polyethylene plastic bags we use each year.

Researchers are looking at the idea of making the clouds above the Great Barrier Reef brighter in order to cool it down.

New techniques are allowing high-quality, intricate shapes made of glass to be manufactured using standard 3D printing technology.

RMIT researchers are testing a high-tech pill that measures gastrointestinal gas.

South Australia is lining up to become a leader in hydrogen fuel production.

The ATO is chasing what could be Australia’s largest ever tax bill, from oil and gas giant Chevron.

Volkswagen has been ordered to pay a $US2.8 billion criminal penalty for cheating emissions tests.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says Tasmania could become the “battery of Australia”.

The Federal Government is looking at ways to link Australia's gas networks.

Three tiny Australian satellites are on their way to the International Space Station (ISS).

MIT has unveiled a new technology that can draw water directly from moisture in the air in the driest of locations.

Only five IT jobs have been cut in the Federal Government’s decision to scrap and replace the 457 Visa programme.

TPG will soon be Australia’s fourth mobile network operator, with plans to build its own $2 billion network.

The 457 category has been abolished and replaced with two new and more stringent visas.

The residents of Bruny Island are looking at what could be a solution to the nation’s energy issues.

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