An international team led by astronomers from Curtin University and the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) has discovered a new type of stellar object that challenges our understanding of the physics of neutron stars.
The University of Western Australia node of ICRAR was presented with a Gold Pleiades Award.
The Astronomical Society of Australia (ASA) will honour Dr Nichole Barry of ICRAR/Curtin and ICRAR/UWA student William McDonald at its Annual Scientific Meeting at the…
To the Moon and back: Australia-first communications network paves the way for high-speed data in spaceJune 28, 2023
West Australian researchers are set to build a next-generation communications network that can send high-speed data to and from objects in space. The $6.5 million…
Researchers have detected a ‘fast radio burst’ in a nearby galaxy that questions what we know about how these mysterious phenomena form.
An ICRAR/UWA software engineer and data scientist working on the Square Kilometre Array telescopes has been identified as a leader of the future with the award of a prestigious scholarship.