Australia’s scientific community has called on the Morrison Government to aim for net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

High-tech analysis has been applied to some of the oldest artworks in the world.

Santos says it is getting the money together to develop a major new gas field off the coast of Darwin.

Authorities are moving ahead on Australia’s first biomethane-to-gas project.

The Victorian Government has rejected plans for a 300-metre-long floating gas terminal off the Mornington Peninsula.

CSIRO has welcomed planned US tests of its next-gen solar thermal technology.

Queensland researchers have come up with a carbon-capture process that could significantly reduce emissions from concrete production.

Australian scientists have developed a new safety test for bionic implants.

Funding has been granted for a system to provide solar energy on dark parts of the Moon.

A traffic jam is beginning to clear after a giant container ship blocked Egypt's Suez Canal for almost a week.

The Department of Industry's $10 million reliable energy infrastructure grants program has been found to be flawed.

A new gas import terminal could help Australia avoid a looming gas shortage.

Experts are working on a ‘defence-grade cybersecure’ battery management system.

The Federal Government wants to modify a major investment scheme, and could use it to underwrite new fossil fuel projects.

The expected lifespan of Australia’s longest natural gas pipeline has been slashed.

New research shows how incredibly sensitive the human finger is.

CSIRO is looking at options to build a multi-billion-dollar battery recycling industry in Australia.

Experts have slammed building regulations that ignore major flood zones.

Australian authorities have launched a high-tech set of tiny satellites.

The NT Government has launched a project to make hydrogen fuel out of water extracted from the desert air.

The ACCC is taking aim at common yet dangerous devices like quad bikes, button batteries and even falling furniture.

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