Earth-like planets, Antarctic sea voyages, 3D-printed body parts and a big buzz about bees – February was a huge month in science news. How well do you remember the discoveries of last month?<\p>
Breakthrough Listen — the largest search for extraterrestrial life — has launched today at our Parkes radio telescope, turning its mighty eye on the ‘exo-Earth’ Proxima b.
Our Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex will be lending a hand on the Exomars mission, lead by the European Space Agency and Roscosmos.
Vikram Ravi has been awarded two prestigious international prizes for his ground-breaking doctoral research on supermassive black holes.
To mark the opening of our ASSETS program for this year, we’re sharing our five favourite projects that rely on Indigenous scientific knowledge.
Gene Cernan was the last man to set foot on the moon, and has travelled nearly everywhere else on Earth – so what made Canberra his next destination?
Once completed the ‘Five hundred metre Aperture Spherical Telescope’ (FAST) will be the biggest telescope in the world, and the eye at its centre was made right here in Australia.
One of the biggest discoveries in our lifetime has been made which could help scientists answer some of their biggest questions
NASA have just announced that there is flowing, potentially life-giving water on Mars. Here are five things you need to know about this discovery.