The Marvel universe provides inspiration for some freshly named insect species.
The fizz in your favorite ale might one day come from the air around the brewery.
This new kind of mosquito can't spread any form of the deadly disease.
Each year billions of day-old male chicks are killed in industrial grinders. CRISPR could change that.
The Square Kilometre Array will uncover the universe at a rate of a million billion bits per second.
Forget the hospital waiting room -- new research from CSIRO says telehealth technology could save Australia AU$3 billion a year in medical costs, and reduce the frequency and length of hospital visits.
Look out cryptocurrency enthusiasts, there's a new kid on the blockchain. And CSIRO's digital division Data61 wants to take advantage of the burgeoning technology of the future.
Yeah, yeah. We've got TPP and CSIRO job cuts and even American football. But trust us: It's the Simpsons screenshot search engine that you'll really love.
Malcolm Turnbull promised 21st century government and he's delivered more than 20 measures designed to encourage investment in research and better links between science and business.
The Girt team bear down for the start of PAX Australia 2015, check in on the new-look Kogan Mobile and, in honour of Back to the Future week, offer up their visions for the future.
After a brush with burglars, an Australian scientist has developed a new technique to 'dust' for fingerprints, creating a solution that makes fingerprints glow under blacklight.
Australia's leading scientific and industry research organisation is facing significant cuts following the Federal Government's 2014 budget announcement.