A radio telescope in outback Western Australia has completed the deepest and broadest search at low frequencies for alien technologies
By Pete Wheeler, ICRAR | Research Featured; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
Four Curtin University researchers and three of the University’s programs have been named as finalists in the prestigious Premier’s Science Awards 2020.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Science and Engineering
Following seven years of design and prototyping work, ICRAR-Curtin has completed its preparations for the construction of of the SKA in WA, which will begin next year.
By Pete Wheeler, ICRAR | Feature; Research; Research Featured; Engineering and mining; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
Astrophysicists, telescopes, supercomputers, and software engineers have joined forces to search for signals from the early Universe.
By April Kleer | Feature; Research; Research Featured; IT and computing; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
Scientists studying a distant galaxy cluster have discovered the biggest explosion seen in the Universe since the Big Bang.
By April Kleer | Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Science and Engineering
Curtin University’s Earth and planetary sciences and health technology research has been boosted with new state-of-the-art equipment courtesy of more than $1.4 million in Federal Government funding.
By Vanessa Beasley | Feature; Research; Research Featured; Health; Science and Engineering
A radio telescope in the Western Australian outback has captured a spectacular new view of the centre of the galaxy in which we live, the Milky Way.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Science and Engineering
CITS will be performing maintenance on the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environment on Monday 24 June.
By Jaimi Baile
An NT-first stormwater sediment control system and an award-winning school for students with disabilities are just a couple of the projects Paul Brandis has worked on since moving to Darwin in 2012.
By Daniel Jauk | Alumni news; Science and Engineering | 1 comment
The new type of public transport could significantly ease traffic congestion in Australia’s largest cities, says 2018 WA Scientist of the Year Professor Peter Newman.
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