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iol.co.za
SKA to play role in search for ETSKA South AfricaAlthough there were more than 150 participants at the workshop,
SKA to play role in search for ET
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
SKA South AfricaAlthough there were more than 150 participants at the workshop, many more will be involved in establishing the SKA key science projects. Kimberley - Many major areas of astrophysics, including the search for potential radio signals... Read more
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iol.co.za
Our transformation needs more womenREUTERSPolicymakers have constantly warned against the dangers of failures to t
Our transformation needs more women
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
REUTERSPolicymakers have constantly warned against the dangers of failures to transform our economic sectors so as to promote inclusive growth, create jobs and, through enterprise development, push back the frontiers of poverty, says the writer. File... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Woodside invests in AI to combat tumbling oil pricesWoodside Petroleum invests in artificial intelligence to try to combat tumbling
Woodside invests in AI to combat tumbling oil prices
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Woodside Petroleum invests in artificial intelligence to try to combat tumbling oil prices Oil and gas giant Woodside Petroleum has established an artificial intelligence unit and is investing heavily in predictive technology to become more... Read more
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PhysOrg
Southern stars—the decade ahead for Australian astronomyAustralian astronomers have their eyes on the skies. Credit: ESO, CC BY Astrono
Southern stars—the decade ahead for Australian astronomy
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
Australian astronomers have their eyes on the skies. Credit: ESO, CC BY Astronomy is entering an exciting new era of exploration. Extremely large optical telescopes, including the Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT), which is due to be built in Chile in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'I love astronomy and I love data, so something combining the two would be excellent'Vanessa Moss What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of ast
'I love astronomy and I love data, so something combining the two would be excellent'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new Australian telescope ASKAP to make discoveries in a time of the universe's... Read more
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The Courier
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
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The Young Witness
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
The Young Witness / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
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Western Advocate
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
11 related stories
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Kiama Independent
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
11 related stories
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Manning River Times
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
Manning River Times / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
11 related stories
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The North West Star
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
11 related stories
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Daily Liberal
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
11 related stories
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The Border Mail
STEM education role models: Vanessa MossVanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our
STEM education role models: Vanessa Moss
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss uses the world's biggest telescopes to explore and understand our universe. What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new... Read more
11 related stories
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The Age
'I love astronomy and I love data, so something combining the two would be excellent'Vanessa Moss What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of ast
'I love astronomy and I love data, so something combining the two would be excellent'
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
Vanessa Moss What are you working on at the moment? I'm part of a team of astronomers studying hydrogen in galaxies over the past 8 billion years. We are using the new Australian telescope ASKAP to make discoveries in a time of the universe's... Read more
11 related stories
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iol.co.za
SKA discovers a galaxy far, far awayKimberley - The discovery of a galaxy five billion light years away, by a Squar
SKA discovers a galaxy far, far away
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
Kimberley - The discovery of a galaxy five billion light years away, by a Square Kilometre Array (SKA) pathfinder telescope, is proving that the SKA telescope, part of which is currently under construction in the Northern Cape, will be able to do... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nzhelele First in Line for Digital TVHa-Rabali-The roll-out of Free Set-Top Boxes (STBs) in Limpopo to poor TV-ownin
Nzhelele First in Line for Digital TV
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
Ha-Rabali-The roll-out of Free Set-Top Boxes (STBs) in Limpopo to poor TV-owning households in preparation of the switching-on of the digital television signal will start in Nzhelele area. The announcement was made by Communications Minister Faith... Read more
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PhysOrg
Parkes telescope takes on the Roger Federer of spaceCSIRO's Parkes telescope and the Moon. Credit: Seth Shostak Using the moon and
Parkes telescope takes on the Roger Federer of space
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
CSIRO's Parkes telescope and the Moon. Credit: Seth Shostak Using the moon and the GPS system, scientists have turned CSIRO's 64-m Parkes radio telescope in eastern Australia into a new tool for finding the highest-energy particles nature can hurl at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The universe is slowly dying confirms galaxy survey › News in Science (ABC Science) Site Navigation Ancient Worlds Energy & Tra
The universe is slowly dying confirms galaxy survey
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 days ago
› News in Science (ABC Science) Site Navigation Ancient Worlds Energy & Transport Environment & Nature Health & Medical Innovation & Technology Latest News in Science News Analysis Science... Read more
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iol.co.za
Universe is dying, say researchersSKA South AfricaThe researchers hope to expand the work to map energy productio
Universe is dying, say researchers
iol.co.za / Posted 18 days ago
SKA South AfricaThe researchers hope to expand the work to map energy production over the entire history of the universe, using a swathe of new facilities - including the world's largest radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array, to be built in... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Zuma expects 3% economic growth over next three yearsThe president was briefing the media on progress made since the adoption the Me
Zuma expects 3% economic growth over next three years
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 19 days ago
The president was briefing the media on progress made since the adoption the Medium Term Strategic Framework‚ based on the National Development Plan‚ as outlined in his State of the Nation Address in February. “Our estimate is that electricity... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The universe is slowly dying confirms galaxy survey › News in Science (ABC Science) Site Navigation Ancient Worlds Energy & Tra
The universe is slowly dying confirms galaxy survey
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
› News in Science (ABC Science) Site Navigation Ancient Worlds Energy & Transport Environment & Nature Health & Medical Innovation & Technology Latest News in Science News Analysis Science... Read more
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CNET
The universe is slowly dyingAll good things must come to an end. And one day the universe will, too. It wo
The universe is slowly dying
CNET / Posted 19 days ago
All good things must come to an end. And one day the universe will, too. It won't happen for for a long time, but eventually the galaxies will wink out, and the universe as we know it will be a thing of the past. This has been confirmed by the most... Read more
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The Register
Boffins: the universe is DOOMED and there's nothing to be doneOverhead, without any fuss, the stars were are going out. Don't worry, though:
Boffins: the universe is DOOMED and there's nothing to be done
The Register / Posted 19 days ago
Overhead, without any fuss, the stars were are going out. Don't worry, though: the heat death of the universe is still hundreds of trillions of years away. That's the conclusion of work announced by the Galaxy and Mass Assembly (GAMA) survey, which... Read more
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The Manila Times
Universe ‘resting on sofa’ as it slowly diesAugust 11, 2015 10:00 am SYDNEY: The Universe is experiencing a slow death, li
Universe ‘resting on sofa’ as it slowly dies
The Manila Times / Posted 19 days ago
August 11, 2015 10:00 am SYDNEY: The Universe is experiencing a slow death, like a person resting on the sofa awaiting eternal sleep, according to astronomers from a project which measured the energy... Read more
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PhysOrg
Charting the slow death of the UniverseThis composite picture shows how a typical galaxy appears at different waveleng
Charting the slow death of the Universe
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
This composite picture shows how a typical galaxy appears at different wavelengths in the GAMA survey. This huge project has measured the energy output of more than 200 000 galaxies and represents the most comprehensive assessment of the energy... Read more
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Independent
Falling energy levels in galaxies mean the Universe is slowly dying, say astronomersA wide-spectrum survey of the galaxies has revealed the precise levels of energ
Falling energy levels in galaxies mean the Universe is slowly dying, say astronomers
Independent / Posted 19 days ago
A wide-spectrum survey of the galaxies has revealed the precise levels of energy generated within an immense segment of space and found that it is only half of what it was 2bn years ago – and that it is continuing to fade. Previous work had already... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
How to calculate returns on stargazingANALYSIS Countries do not buy into massive scientific projects just for the pr
How to calculate returns on stargazing
Mail & Guardian / Posted 27 days ago
ANALYSIS Countries do not buy into massive scientific projects just for the prestige or to placate their scientists. Even projects such as the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), which will be the largest scientific instrument on Earth, have to offer... Read more

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