Australian and Taiwanese scientists have discovered a new molecule which puts the science community one step closer to solving one of the barriers to development of cleaner, greener hydrogen fuel-cells as a viable power source for cars.
There are few high end manufacturing businesses where Australia can claim to be number one in the world, but thanks to the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), silicon irradiation is one of them.
The superheros workshops in the July school holidays were super popular with kids and parents alike. Even our Discovery Centre staff let their inner superheros shine by wearing their undergarments on the outside.
The Greater Sydney Local Land Services has awarded Warringah Council more than $45,000 in grant funding to undertake a research project at Dee Why Lagoon and carry out bush regeneration in the Narrabeen Lagoon catchment.
Some of Australia’s earliest scientific drawings are finally giving up their secrets under the watchful eyes of Australian Synchrotron scientists and conservators from the State Library of New South Wales (SLNSW).
Treating cancer patients with drugs requires a fine balance between killing tumour cells without damaging normal cells, and managing the body’s clearance of anti-cancer drugs. A better understanding of how to achieve this fine balance will help in the treatment of cancer patients.