Thursday 18 September 2014
Curtin University research that monitors the volume of water in the Nile River Basin will help to level the playing field for more than 200 million North-East Africans who rely on the river’s water.
By Vicki Brett |
General; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Physical sciences and mathematics
Thursday 31 January 2013
A spatial science researcher from Curtin University has played a key role in the creation and validation of the World Gravity Map (WGM). The project is a major international collaboration that, for the first time, maps the entire Earth’s gravity field in ultra-high resolution at spatial scales of less than two kilometres. The global map
Read More By Megan Meates |
Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Physical sciences and mathematics
Thursday 5 April 2012
Two Curtin University researchers have designed and created a high-resolution, computerised field map of the Moon’s gravity.
By Andrea Barnard |
Research; Engineering and mining; Physical sciences and mathematics
Wednesday 17 March 2010
Curtin University of Technology has welcomed a new $8 million space technology partnership aimed at monitoring climate change.
By Shaun Ratcliff |
Campus and community; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; The arts and creative industries
Wednesday 27 January 2010
Curtin’s Department of Spatial Sciences has decided to get its name on the map – or more accurately – on the globe.
By Jarrad Long |
Campus and community; Physical sciences and mathematics | Leave a comment
Thursday 5 February 2009
Australian Research Council (ARC) Federation Fellow, and internationally renowned geodesist, Professor Peter Teunissen has joined Curtin’s Department of Spatial Sciences.
By Jarrad Long |
Campus and community; Research; Physical sciences and mathematics | Leave a comment