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ICRAR data scientist awarded future leaders scholarshipMarch 22, 2023
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.
Polarised Shockwaves shake the Universe’s Cosmic WebFebruary 16, 2023
ICRAR researchers discover tantalising evidence of magnetic fields in the Universe’s largest cosmic structures. The cosmic web is how the Universe looks at its largest…
Astronomers may have uncovered how galaxies change their shapeDecember 16, 2022
Researchers may have answered a decades-old question about galaxy evolution, leveraging the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate their research. Ever since the Hubble…
ICRAR to build the ‘beating heart’ of the Square Kilometre ArrayNovember 28, 2022
ICRAR’s University of Western Australia node has been awarded the construction contract to build the Square Kilometre Array’s Frequency Distribution System in South Africa.
Taking the James Webb Space Telescope’s images to the next levelNovember 23, 2022
Researchers at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) have released a spectacular new render of the first James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) image. Utilising specialised software, the new image shows the incredible capabilities of the JWST and the how deeply it can search the universe.
WALLABY builds an intergalactic map in the outbackNovember 15, 2022
A radio telescope in remote Western Australia is helping to build a 3D map of the night sky, mapping galaxies up to a billion light years away.