Does car ownership really give us freedom? According to University of South Australia urban planning researcher Hulya Gilbert, maybe not.
CSIRO research indicates that WA's wheatbelt yields remained unchanged despite a rainfall decrease between 1900 and 2016.
The CRC-P Program has awarded UNSW Sydney researchers with millions in grants across projects including recycled waste plastics, solar technology and cobalt production.
Biotech start-up Provectus Algae will open a new research and development foundry in Noosa next month to further its groundbreaking work with algae as a platform to grow biologics.
National science agency CSIRO will deliver bushfire and climate change resilience measures to help prepare Australia for future years of extreme fire conditions.
An app developed by CSIRO will help sugarcane farmers in Far North Queensland manage fertiliser use and reduce nitrogen runoff to the Great Barrier Reef.
Solar geoengineering could play a key role in reducing income inequality between countries, according to research undertaken at the University of California San Diego.
Researchers are using fungal mycelium to produce a skin-like material that could serve as an alternative to leather and be suitable for industrial production.
The smart use of water to maintain soil moisture and cultivate green space can reduce average ambient temperatures at Adelaide Airport by more than 3°C.
A project database of $165 billion represents an opportunity for sustainable infrastructure to enhance productivity and quality of life while reducing environmental impact.
Ultimately, climate change will affect the world's bridges, but to what extent?
Woodside and Greening Australia are collaborating to undertake large-scale, native tree planting projects that will generate quality carbon offsets.
A feasibility study will investigate the construction and operation of a renewable ammonia plant at Queensland Nitrates' existing facility near Moura in Central Queensland.
University of Queensland PhD candidate Danish Kazmi has developed a sustainable solution to help preserve sand — a natural resource that is facing global shortages due to over exploitation.
Success stories of businesses using technology to advance were at the forefront of Siemens' Digitalize 2019 conference.