Spanish architects have unveiled plans for floating farm factories to feed the world when the ocean takes over the land.

Some local nuclear scientists have brought together teachers, community members, councillors and MP’s on a citizen science expedition to rid one river of plastic pollution.

Macquarie University has enlisted some help for its push to create the world’s first totally synthetic life form.

An unprecedented probe into the Queensland Government has been launched, and there is very little that it will not investigate about the current LNP regime.

Australia has dropped a few spots on a list of the worst-polluting countries in the world.

A major Tasmanian fishery is looking to double in size, but locals say the floating salmon factory has already wrought havoc on the waters.

Transport and safety regulations are holding back what could be a central Australian industry, one peak body says.

A New South Wales man has been charged for illegally dumping eight truckloads of toxic building materials.

A touching Australian charity effort has extended the life of one young Timorese boy.

Scientists have learned a little bit more about the physical process of remembering.

Activists claim to have shut down production at a number of mines in New South Wales, after community groups made a concerted effort to impede Whitehaven Coal.

Experts have analysed just how much freedom Australian citizens have given up to fight the abstract enemy of terrorism.

Millions will be spent to set up remote operation of regional dams in New South Wales.

Australian researchers will deliver life-saving help to farmers in some of the poorest and most arid regions on the planet.

The face of the adult human is covered in microscopic eight-legged creatures, not an appealing image, but it could help trace our path across the planet.

Researchers have investigated the impacts of certain gas ‘fracking’ techniques, and found that they can be more environmentally-friendly than wind or solar plants.

Despite their constant grinning, research shows that some dogs are distinctly more pessimistic than others.

Antarctic sea ice will reach new records in coming weeks, one expert says, but the growing ice is already being used as an anti-climate change argument.

Australia could get to zero net emissions by 2050, without compromising prosperity or economic opportunities, data suggests.

More than forty companies that support the building, mining and energy industries say Federal Government moves could put thousands of jobs at risk.

Insiders say a growing stoush in a WA gas field could be the next flashpoint for tensions between miners and indigenous groups.

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