Global chocolate consumption ‘melts’ on back of COVID-19 – Rabobank report

With COVID-19 restrictions around the world limiting impulse purchasing and decreasing consumer confidence, global chocolate consumption…

Keep safe and cool in the pool: novel chip sensor makes swimming pools safer

A new microchip that enables continuous monitoring of pH and chlorine levels in swimming pools will…

What ruin photography reveals about urban decay and renewal

There’s something intriguing about an abandoned building. If you scroll through Instagram, you’ll come across photos…

ANZAC360 App explores the fall of Singapore

The next generation of Australians will now be able to learn about the beginning of a…

International connection to Australian Ocean plastic crisis uncovered

The need for better recycling systems has been highlighted following the discovery of a strong connection…

Humans may have reached the Americas 15,000 years earlier than previously thought

The arrival of humans in the Americas may predate the peak of the last ice age,…

eftpos pioneers new eCommerce micropayments solution using Hedera Hashgraph 

eftpos is collaborating with global distributed ledger company, Hedera Hashgraph, on a micropayments proof-of-concept that aims to…

How a scientific spat over how to name species turned into a big plus for nature

Two years ago Professor Les Christidis of Southern Cross University and Professor Stephen Garnett of Charles…

Australia welcomes Vietnam’s ban of wildlife markets

The Australian Government has today welcomed the decision by the Vietnamese Government to immediately ban the…

Is it a bird, a plane? Not superman, but a flapping wing drone

A drone prototype that mimics the aerobatic manoeuvres of one of the world’s fastest birds, the…

NZ massacre gunman to represent himself

The gunman behind the Christchurch mosque shootings sacked his lawyers on Monday and will represent himself.The…

Flexible Phone Screen chemicals kick off new industry partnership for South Korea and Australia

The next generation of flexible phone screens and other high tech products are one step closer…

Half of the world’s tropical plant species may struggle to germinate by 2070

Half of the world’s tropical plant species may struggle to germinate by 2070 because of global…

A sweeter outlook for global sugar markets

Having endured the full brunt of COVID-19’s disruption – decreased consumption, distribution hold-ups, plunging oil prices…

African swine fever dominates global protein markets, despite COVID-19

African swine fever remains the key driver impacting the global animal protein market, despite the effects…

CSIRO and Microsoft partner to tackle plastic waste, illegal fishing and efficient farming

Artificial intelligence (AI) and other digital technologies will be harnessed to tackle global challenges including illegal…

Inexplicable cosmic event leaves astronomers puzzled

A mysterious astrophysical object that could potentially break all theoretical understanding of matter under extreme densities…

AIS and Sport Australia celebrates FIFA Women’s World Cup bid win

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and Sport Australia believe the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup…

Rare ‘Ring of Fire’ Solstice Eclipse – Watch here!

Rare Solstice EclipseIn many time zones, this eclipse will take place on the same day as the June…

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