China is monitoring millions of its residents through a high-tech surveillance web. Elise Thomas asks: Should Australia be helping Chinese tech giants develop surveillance technology?
The Reject Shop and KFC sign onto an experiment to reduce harassment and assaults against retail workers as new survey reveals abuse from customers is rampant and rising.
As researchers around the world look into the antibacterial properties of crocodile blood, one expert is calling on the Northern Territory to reach for a foothold in an emerging medical industry.
A new national lithium research hub in Western Australia is hoped to take the state a step closer to developing a battery manufacturing industry.
Sugar has long been a source of energy for people, but now scientists believe they are close to unlocking its DNA secrets and harnessing its potential as a green fuel.
Inside a lab at the University of Sydney sits a piece of technology scientists hope will help Australia win the quantum computing race.
They are the most highly-trained pilots in the world, but six months in space reduces astronauts' driving skills to that of an L-plater.
It's not the usual suspects of rising energy costs, tolls or petrol that are hitting the hip-pockets of New South Wales voters the hardest. Take a look at what expenses are chewing up the household income.