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2014/12/16 04:48
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Astronomy under a cloud - and much else besides. Scientists in fields ranging from astronomy to nanotechnology and cancer research face an uncertain few months with at least $150 million in funding...
2014/12/15 17:24
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Communications Minister Amy Adams inspects a 3-D printer with Richard Spackman from Heartland Ricoh at the Aoraki Polytechnic Oamaru campus yesterday. Photo by David Bruce. A ceremony at the Oamaru...
2014/12/13 15:15
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Square Kilometre Array (SKA) scientists and engineers are at this moment trying to predict what the world will look like in 2020. More than 350 of them, representing 18 nations and hailing from nearly...
2014/12/09 14:16
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The initial costing for the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope is three times the capped budget, coming in at €1.8-billion (R25.5-billion). The giant telescope, which will comprise thousands of...
2014/12/08 22:28
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Two closely-orbiting black holes emit wavy jets, seen as a bluish spiral. The third black hole is more distant, emitting linear jets off to the right.Roger Deane/UCT/Nasa Goddard Scientists have...
2014/12/08 05:17
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The intermittent light emitted by pulsars, the most precise timekeepers in the universe, allows scientists to verify Einstein’s theory of relativity, especially when these objects are paired up with...
2014/12/04 15:39
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... the world's largest radio telescope, two astronomers from Swinburne University of Technology in Australia have detected the faint signal emitted by atomic hydrogen gas in galaxies...
2014/12/04 12:29
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Germany's Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (MPIfR) is investing R150-million in the construction and installation of radio receivers on South Africa's MeerKAT radio telescope, at the Square...
2014/12/02 01:24
2014/12/02 01:24
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Data sender: Dr Lisa Harvey-Smith, CSIRO SKA Project Scientist, with new Square Kilometre Array which they are bidding for soon. Photo: Steven Siewert Wi-Fi, advanced medical imaging and algorithms...
2014/11/29 10:46
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AUSTRALIA'S chances of hosting the world's largest space telescope have been dealt a crippling blow after a key scientific panel recommended the $2.5 billion project be awarded to a rival consortium...
2014/11/26 08:02
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... million gift celebrates an astronomer's life at the University26 November 2014 "We are morning and evening sky watchers. We live right on the sea front and see the most superb skies with all the...
2014/11/25 14:39
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Telescopes have come a long way since the days when they were all about lone astronomers watching the night sky through their upstairs windows. Today teams of astrophysicists build and use much more...
2014/11/24 12:30
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AFTER a protracted political struggle with South Africa, over its controversial exclusion from the pioneering and much vaunted Square Kilometre Array (SKA), Nigeria has finally emerged...
2014/11/22 18:54
2014/11/22 18:54
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Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce is in Perth for a jobs fair promoting employment in New Zealand to fill skill shortages. A delegation of 30 government officials and major employers are at...
2014/11/22 02:28
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Minister to undertake Perth engagementsSaturday, 22 November 2014, 2:58 pmPress Release: New Zealand GovernmentMinister to undertake Perth engagementsEconomic Development Minister Steven Joyce travels...
2014/11/21 12:30
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President Jacob Zuma and Botswana President Seretse Khama Ian Khama have reaffirmed their commitment to deepening existing strategic cooperation for the mutual benefit of the two countries and their...
2014/11/19 00:06
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SCIENCE fiction is running out of space. The hunt for alien life is heating up. Now, it’s no longer a question of “if” we will find life out there. It’s a question of “what”. Land and space based...
2014/11/18 19:52
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The performance of the upgraded Magnus system at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in Kensington, West Australia has been measured at 1097 tera floating point operations per second (tFLOPS), breaking...
2014/11/16 02:05
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... Radio veteran Graham Mabury and road safety campaigner Stacy Dunbar are among the 2015 Western Australian of the Year winners Mabury hosted 6PR's Nightline program for 33 years and set up the...
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