A recent scientific review found that dairy consumption in the context of controlled calories may actually enhance weight loss and body composition changes – but it won’t work for everyone.
We’ve developed a polymer based coating for implantable medical devices that prevent bacteria from sticking to the surface and forming into a biofilm antibiotics can’t penetrate.
A new piece of diving software developed by Data61 is helping Aussie divers in elite competition.
Artificial intelligence gives technology the ability to learn and adapt. But they can learn a lot more if they can share their learning with other smart devices.
They’re priceless to the athletes that invest years of hard training and personal sacrifice, and can attract millions of dollars in sponsorship money. But what is an Olympic gold medal actually worth?
A suite of exotic pests have been detected in Australia recently, emphasising that we are under increasing pressure from biosecurity threats.
We’ve been using biocontrol to weed out some of Australia’s worst plant pests, including the widespread Crofton weed on Lord Howe Island.
Observations made by our Australia Telescope Compact Array have provided the ‘coup dé grace’ of evidence in the discovery of a unique pair of stars, proving for the first time that white dwarf stars do emit pulsating radiation.
Researchers in Queensland have been monitoring 130 new marsupial safety crossings and found that koalas have been surprisingly fast in learning how to use them.