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"There needs to be a complete rethink of the way we allow political parties to operate," says the Chair of Digital Rights Watch, Tim Norton.
The Weather Bureau's new $77 million supercomputer is set to deliver more accurate forecasts to assist farmers grappling with climate change.
It's estimated improved seasonal forecasts will boost the agricultural sector by $1 billion annually.
Last night, the national census ended in disaster, after the Australian Bureau of Statistics website crashed, leaving millions of frustrated people unable to lodge their census forms.
The bureau's chief statistician, David Kalisch, says the site was taken down after four separate cyber attacks...
A recent legislative amendment in Bulgaria means that it's now law that software developed for the government must be open source.
From now on, Bulgarian government contracts which include computer software, programming interfaces and databases must be freely available for others to read, modify...
Under his five year reign as Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb saw funding for science research fall to a 30 year low.
But under Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, there's some good news for the sector. The Prime Minister says he is keen to see...
National Science Week kicks off this weekend, and we're all being urged to don the safety glasses and get involved. If you haven't touched a bunsen burner since high school, never fear — there are plenty of ways for those of us with limited scientific...
Australian women are significantly underrepresented in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) careers, with less than one in ten engineering graduates being female.
The Curious Minds program aims to address that, by matching promising high school students with women working in the STEM sector....