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CSIRO job cut fears

Wheat disease threatens global food supplies

Scientists warn of Barrier Reef threat

Australia exports bird flu test kits to Asia

Fire-prone helicopters risk being grounded

Inquiry into CSIRO 'bullying'

Novel cooling planned for WA supercomputer

Time to act on climate is now: Combet

Death of a star caught in high definition

Top scientists agree climate has changed for good

Study finds fish worldwide are shrinking in size

Warming planet to threaten native species

Fishers catch suspected rare ray in Port River

Climate Institute says IPPC report shows Coalition needs to rethink carbon...

Arab world searches for democratic future

CSIRO technology allows machines to see

X-rays could help detect gold, CSIRO says

Australia unveils most powerful computer

Qld corals lead to super sunscreen

Food science to fight obesity epidemic

Firies use Twitter to fight bushfires

Bush flies get blown in as the season starts and researchers continue...

Experts consider bushfire research 60 years on

Study: Temperatures go off the charts around 2047

Hospitals braced for schoolies boozefest

PM confirms the end of the world

Australian scientists map galactic space geysers

10 Things to Know for Today

President has not tackled Egypt's biggest problems

Scientists say changes in the temperature of the ocean is key to...

Breaking down break crops

Palmer United's Lambie supports efforts to save CSIRO forestry jobs

A look at Turkey's presidential candidates

Ebola, MERS and Bird Flu 'a worry'

Two new irukandji jellyfish species found off WA coast

Eleven months overdue CSRIO research ship now ready to sail

Copper toxicity problems overcome for Great Southern sheep producer

Saudi review finds over 100 more MERS infections

CSIRO braces for budget cuts

Scientists predict Australia will continue to get hotter

Book released with research findings of 10 years of studying the Otway...

Thousands to explore caves online in Australia's 'biggest school excursion'

CSIRO staff protest against job cuts

CSIRO staff protest against science budget cuts in Canberra

CSIRO job cuts to hit marine research

Sow crops early despite frost risk, farmers told

Scientist questions Abbott commitment to research

CSIRO makes botox for plastic

Severe frosts will be more frequent due to greenhouse gas, say scientists

Poor planning leaves Australia exposed to climate change and massive...

Climate change impacts heat up UN talks in Lima

Sowing dates critical to frost prone wheat districts this season

Funding cuts prompt top young scientist Danielle Edwards to reject...

Scientists witness live cosmic radio bursts for first time

Stark figures but no surprises in updated climate change predictions

Research to simulate winter drought for vines

Scientist defends report linking dredging to fish disease

Top scientists wins women's award

Al-Qaida leader's brother condemns Mali operation

Wild rabbits on the rise again: experts

Egypt liberals, Islamists add pressure on Morsi