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Nestled into the volcanic mountains of Nasu, Japan, a modest grey rock has stood the test of time.
Four Corners investigates the new critical minerals mining boom and finds Australia is in the box seat to exploit a surge in worldwide demand.
Dr Mark Hoggard doesn’t seem like someone who would talk in favour of mining.
When Dr Mahdiyeh Razeghi started her undergraduate degree in Iran, little did she know that she would go on to pioneer a niche area of groundwater evolution...
Climate models are the best tools we have to predict the future of our planet and make better environmental decisions.
Prof Andrew Roberts receives the Mawson Medal and Lecture 2022 which recognises research in the Earth Science.
"For a long time no-one really knew for sure what these mysterious ULVZs were made up of."
“It was very stressful,” Hana says. “I was worried about so many things. It was the very first time I lived all alone, and it was a totally different country....
‘The equivalent of 1000 Hiroshima bombs’: World watched a tremendous explosion in Tonga
Obituary-Professor Leanne Armand, ANZIC Director (1968-2022)
How is our Earth's inner core like a cake? According to Professor Hrvoje Tkalčić and Sheng Wang from The Australian National University (ANU), there are...
“This is wild,” says Tharika Liyanage talking about cheilanthanes. And the thing is, you can’t help but agree – even if you don’t know what cheilanthanes are.