Australian Dr Minh Huynh has recently been appointed Deputy International SKA Project Scientist and will be joining the SKA team later this year.
Six radio telescopes across Australia and New Zealand have joined forces to act as one giant telescope, linking up over a distance of 5500 km for the first time.
The Curtin University of Technology node of ICRAR has recently signed a contract with Astronomy Australia Limited to provide $4.6 million towards the next phase of the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA).
The first annual ICRAR Postgraduate Student Presentations Day was recently held at ICRAR-Curtin.
Students from the Carnarvon School of the Air recently participated in a Universe Awareness (UNAWE) workshop with ICRAR astronomer Dr Megan Argo.
ICRAR PhD candidate Jacinta Delhaize recently spoke at the WA Governor’s Science forum, this year focussing on youth, science and sustainability.