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Tamara Kerr says her two-year-old Jack Russell terrier, Eddie, is lucky to be alive after suffering a snake bite earlier this year.

Australians could see fewer suitable environments for the country’s iconic eucalypt trees within a generation, according to a new international research project.

An international team of more than 20 scientists has inadvertently discovered how to create a new type of crystal using light more than ten billion times brighter than the sun.

In what may be good news for Australian biosecurity, when invading plant species mate with other plants, they don’t always produce a new ‘superspecies’.

The University of Melbourne will host a new international research hub, dedicated to making Australia more economically competitive through better energy use. 

Climate Change Authority (CCA) member and climate scientist David Karoly speaks to Sky News on Monday, September 5, arguing a CCA report has set the bar too low for action on climate change.

From potentially earth-bound asteroids to failed rocket launches, astrophysicist Dr Katie Mack joined ABC Breakfast on September 5 to discuss the latest space news.

An online contest in association with online platform Kaggle, the Mayo Clinic, University of Pennsylvania will let the globe’s keenest data scientists loose on the holy grail of epilepsy research — an algorithm that can predict seizures — using data from patients that has never before been available to researchers.

 

A team from the University of Melbourne has been honoured with an "Oscar of science" — the Australian Museum’s annual science award, the Eureka Prize — for its work on drug resistance in malaria parasites.

A new data-sharing project involving the University of Melbourne, is set to make it easier for owners to look out for their pets.

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