This robot can learn how to traverse unforeseen terrain by changing the length of its legs.
So much happened in 2020 that even the most well-read might have missed a headline or two. From walking sharks to wombat gates, we've curated five stories to bring you up-to-speed.
We've compiled a list of work-themed tracks, plus some other favourite tunes, to power up your work from home workday.
Did CSIRO really help invent Twisties? It might sound unlikely, but surely if we invented Wi-Fi we could have had a hand in this favourite Aussie classic.
Hear from one of our Indigenous STEM Awards winners, Josh Loyd on the value of Indigenous thought in STEM careers and encouraging the next generation.
Scientists on RV Investigator, while scanning the bottom of Bass Strait in a "lawn-mowing" operation, have discovered an 1890 shipwreck and uncovered more than they expected.
Cassini's 20 year voyage is coming to a scheduled end on Saturn this September and we want you to come along and join us to celebrate!
Looking at the radio emissions from distant quasars, which appear to twinkle, researchers from Many Astrophyics have found what they think might be the answer: hairy stars.
Our social media staff compiled a list of science-themed books and gifts from Etsy and elsewhere.
Our researchers used science to determine the technique most likely to win you the Christmas cracker's internal goodies.
It is an odd thing, but whenever a new electric car or a ‘car of the future’ is unveiled it […]
Whether it’s bagging a barramundi, eye-balling an emu, or sitting under a snow gum, Australians love getting out amongst nature, […]