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Farmers are on the frontline of Australia's agricultural biosecurity, but if an exotic pest set up shop in their crop, could they recognise it?
It doesn't take a science degree to know that dogs like chasing cats.
A case of mistaken identity that took more than 16 years to detect recently culminated in a new species of vibrant sea creature confirmed in WA's North West.
Colour-changing fish have only one skin, but they use it to communicate social status, attract mates, avoid predators and more. So what happens when those functions collide?
As Australia's Olympics team make final preparations for their events over the next two weeks the badminton team may hold a competitive edge thanks to the use of 3-D motion capture analysis which has helped improve their ...
Kalgoorlie-Boulder's famous Golden Mile and Super Pit has not only produced more than 50 million ounces of gold but it has now produced one more precious nugget in the form of a new mineral unique to Kalgoorlie-Boulder, called ...
For some people, video gaming is an activity relegated to the weekends and that all too rare spare time.
Family members on the other side of the world are only as far away as your hip pocket thanks to mobile technology that is bringing loved ones into the daily narrative of each other's lives.
You may think the heady days of discovering new plants and animals are over—lost to the romance of history when explorers plied uncharted seas on great sailing ships.