Australia may be one of the most internet-connected countries on earth, with a super-fast broadband network on the way.
For more than 30 years Australia has rested its security on the seemingly ageless wings of its F-111 fighter fleet. But in aviation circles these days there are doubts and rumblings.
Scientists now fear that in less than 25 years from now, for the first time in human existence, there will be no sea ice in the North Pole in parts of the summer.
He's been admired and envied by scientists around the world. His students held him in awe. But now the stellar career of Professor Bruce Milne Hall is at the brink of ruin.
They had been warned, they thought they had made the necessary preparations but nothing could prepare the people of Victoria for the fireball that swept through their state. How did it happen?
Our world might be getting smaller, thanks to technology, but virtual worlds and games are booming.
Six half-hour programs produced from the best natural history archives.
Australians are eating themselves out of house and home, destroying and squandering precious resources to a point where our lifestyles and our very survival are at stake - and it is a pattern that
The incredible true story of an Australian World War 1 submarine, lost in the Dardanelles for nearly 100 years, is told with dramatic re-enactment accompanied by modern day footage of a daring resc
Tens of thousands of Australian parents regard Professor Carl Wood as a miracle worker.
For quite a few years now, we have probably been referring to it as the 'bionic ear'. But to its creator, Professor Graeme Clark, it's the 'multiple-electrode cochlear implant'.
Professor Cory is up there with the best in the world in her profession - molecular biomedical research. Some people may wonder "What is molecular biomedical research?" Not a bad question.
Cane toads, originally from South America, have hopped steadily into the rich habitats of Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park.
An 2004 ATOM Awards Nominee.
According to a group of leading scientists brought together by documentary maker Martin Durkin everything you've ever been told about global warming is probably untrue.
The defining aspect of Sydney's proposal to host the 2000 Olympic games was the emphasis on 'clean and green".
Dough Thost is an Australian glaciologist who has worked on Heard Island and is now heading for the Amery Ice Shelf, on the Antarctic mainland.
Tells the story of perhaps the most extraordinary partnership ever forged between humans and wild animals.
Kids have great imaginations, which is exactly what is needed in the wild world of invention. Ever seen a Pneumatic Pogo Bike?
*WINNER* ATOM AWARDS 2006 - Best Documentary Science, Technology and the Environment