AI technology enhances wind and solar forecasting methods to ease pressure on the grid

A collaboration between Monash University’s Grid Innovation Hub, Worley and Palisade Energy Ltd is using machine…

Beetle study finds diversity in the sub-Antarctic linked to global cooling

An international research team led by Monash University has demonstrated that cooling temperatures and glacial cycles…

Humans have left an absolute mess in space but no one wants to clean it up.

When we think of space, we think big and empty but when it comes to Earth’s…

Radioactive particles from British nuclear testing still persist in outback Australia, scientists warn.

Australian scientists pave the way to the first International standards needed to safeguard against contamination from…

Australia’s alpine plants face bleak future from rapid climate change

Native Australian alpine plants may not be able to adapt or migrate quickly enough to survive…

Previously unknown letter reveals Einstein’s thinking on bees, birds and physics

Could bees and birds help us understand the principles of physics? Albert Einstein thought so, according…

Reducing our carbon emissions

For some years Clarence Valley Council, like many other governments and business organisations, has been working…

Stalagmite growth found to be surprisingly constant

To look inside a stalagmite is to look back in time tens of thousands of years…

Children more distracted by digital devices in the home, parents say

Research from the Gonski Institute for Education reveals parents perceive digital devices as necessary for their…

“Plastification” of the planet study – expert available to comment

An international study of airborne plastic particles released today has found that microplastic pollution is now spiralling around the globe, resulting…

Scientists shed more light on molecules linked to life on other planets

To confirm life on other planets, we need to detect far more molecules in their atmospheres…

First human trials under way for scar-less wound healing cream

Researchers from The University of Western Australia have partnered with industry to conduct a world-first study…

FOOD WASTE HELPS SECURE FUTURE FISH

Human food scraps could be used to create high-quality food for farmed fish, leading to a…

VOICES FOR THE EARTH: Government Gas Obsession

The Federal Government’s National Gas Infrastructure Plan (NGIP) aims to expand the use of gas in…

How will climate change affect hailstorms?

Expected effects of climate change on hailstorms vary markedly by region, according to a new international…

50th Anniversary: Invention of GTIN-the Number Behind the Barcode

With 50 y ears of digitalisation in commerce, GS1 for collaboration towards next generations barcodes. Fifty…

Narooma’s hot spot of ocean warming is more than three times the global average

A UNSW analysis has found waters off southern NSW are demonstrating an accelerated warming trend.The waters…

CSIRO’S Dish to support one of the first commercial moon landings

The iconic Parkes radio telescope, owned and operated by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, will help…

Traditional owners and scientists tackle common climate challenge

In the largest meeting of its kind, Traditional Owners and scientists across Australia are meeting to…

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