The Albanese Government has announced its new, $1 billion Solar Sunshot initiative, which it says will help transform Australia into a renewable energy powerhouse.

Australia's biggest thermal coal producer, Glencore, has reversed its commitment to limit its annual coal production ...

Businesses are concerned about attempts to shift workers into more sustainable work.

The Albanese government says it had to shelve its offshore gas regulation bill due to the Greens' strong opposition.

Experts say many AI tools lack adequate safeguards to prevent mass health disinformation.

A UNreport says North Korea’s cyberattacks have brought in US$3 billion to fund nuclear weapons endeavours.

Science has been protected in a new Defence exports law passed by parliament.

The United States has launched a lawsuit against Apple, accusing the tech giant of using its dominant market position in the smartphone industry to suppress competition and limit choice.

The Albanese government has moved to weaken its planned vehicle efficiency standards.

Gene editing technology has been used to test a potential HIV cure.

Surgeons in the US have transplanted a gene-edited pig kidney into a patient.

Scientists are working on new concrete formulations featuring waste materials.

Energy Resources of Australia (ERA) is fighting for the extension of its lease at the Jabiluka uranium deposit in the Northern Territory.

WA’s Western Rock Lobster industry is sounding the alarm about potentially disruptive seismic testing.

New research shows how metals like copper and platinum make their way up from the depths of the Earth.

New estimates suggest Australia will need a massive influx of construction workers to meet its home building goals.

New money has been provided for advances in hydrogen storage and Indigenous-led renewable projects.

A new report warns there are financial risks of getting stuck in the Beetaloo Basin.

Scientists and industry leaders are pushing for action on clean indoor air.

Australia and the United Kingdom have formalised a new cooperation agreement on defence and security.

Victoria’s high-profile State Electricity Commission (SEC) advisory team has been disbanded less than a year after its establishment.

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