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This form of Vitamin B3 can make blood cells more youthful
Our scientists helped find that blood cells can become “more youthful” through exposure to nicotinamide riboside – a form of vitamin B3.
Is your lunch healthy and sustainable? Take our Tuckerbox challenge
Our Tuckerbox lets you design a healthy and sustainable lunch, based on science.
What’s for dinner on Mars? The science behind space food
Our researchers are working to develop new foods and food production systems for extended space travel.
Antarctica’s ice shelves in hot water
Using data from a seal tagging program, our researchers have generated the first detailed oceanographic observations of the continental shelf in Vincennes Bay, East Antarctica.
Science explainer: Are COVID-19 vaccines effective against the Delta variant?
It's understandable some people are feeling uncertain about getting a COVID-19 vaccine when available. We’re answering some common questions about the Delta variant and vaccine effectiveness.
Australia’s abalone disease outbreak
A disease not seen in Australia’s wild abalone population for 11 years has resurfaced, and it’s a massive challenge for our abalone industry.
IPCC says Earth will reach temperature rise of about 1.5℃ in around a decade. But limiting any global warming is what matters most
As the report makes clear, global warming of 1.5℃, and then 2℃, will be exceeded this century unless we make deep cuts to CO₂ and other greenhouse gas emissions in coming decades.
Climate change has already hit Australia. Unless we act now, a hotter, drier and more dangerous future awaits, IPCC warns
Australia may warm by 4℃ or more this century, the IPCC has found, with no going back from some changes in the climate system
This is the most sobering report card yet on climate change and Earth’s future. Here’s what you need to know
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has released its long-awaited report on climate change. Its authors lay out the new findings.
Monday’s IPCC report is a really big deal for climate change. So what is it? And why should we trust?
Five years in the making, the IPCC report is the most important global assessment of climate change science.
How digital humans are helping Australian athletes
With a digital human, we can evaluate the functions, movement and health of a person without putting them through ongoing tests.