World-renowned radio astronomer Professor Steven Tingay has returned to Perth to continue his work towards delivering the landmark billion dollar Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project.
By Carole Kerr | Campus and community; General; Science and Engineering
New research conducted by Curtin University, in collaboration with Making Work Absolutely Human (mwah.), reveals that while pay, job security and hours of work count, it’s the job itself that matters.
By Lauren Sydoruk | General; Research; Business, management and law
What sounds like a stomach-turning ride at an amusement park might hold the key to unravelling the mysterious mechanism that causes beams of radio waves to shoot out from pulsars.
By Tamara Hunter | Research; Science and Engineering
A brief but brilliant burst of radiation has given scientists insights of the fabric of the Universe.
By Tamara Hunter | General; Research; Science and Engineering
A telescope located deep in the West Australian outback has shown what the Universe would look like if human eyes could see radio waves.
By Tamara Hunter | Campus and community; General; Research; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
Curtin University’s pursuit of knowledge about the wonders of space have put it in the running for two separate 2016 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
By April Kleer | Campus and community; General; Research; Engineering and mining; Science and Engineering
With a new-generation radio telescope and supercomputing might, light from the Epoch of Reionisation and the first stars may soon be in the sights of Curtin astrophysicists and astronomers.
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The new Cisco Internet of Everything Innovation Centre at Curtin University is already generating dividends, with a successful trial last week of a 100Gb/s data link between the MRO and Perth.
By Tamara Hunter | Feature; Research; IT and computing; Science and Engineering
For the first time an international team of scientists, using a combination of radio and optical telescopes including the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA), has managed to identify the precise location
By April Kleer | Feature; Research; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
The Curtin University-led Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope project has been awarded an Australian Research Council (ARC) grant to upgrade its performance by a factor of ten.
By April Kleer | General; Science and Engineering