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2014/09/30 00:30
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Scientists plan to turn the moon into a giant particle detector to gain insight into the origin of Ultra-High-Energy (UHE) cosmic rays, which are the most high-energy particles in the Universe. The...
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2014/09/29 03:05
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MORE than 250 international scientists and engineers have arrived in WA to attend the 2014 SKA Engineering Meeting in Fremantle. The meeting, officially opened this morning by Premier Colin Barnett,...
2014/09/27 00:29
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Two New Zealand IT companies, Open Parallel and Catalyst, are at the forefront of the largest IT project in the world, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope. Labelled as one of the most...
2014/09/26 14:39
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Scientists from the University of Southampton are to turn the Moon into a giant particle detector to help understand the origin of Ultra-High-Energy (UHE) cosmic rays - the most energetic particles in...
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2014/09/24 01:28
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Kiwi Companies at the Forefront of the SKAWednesday, 24 September 2014, 1:20 pmPress Release: Open ParallelMedia ReleaseKiwi Companies at the Forefront of the SKA24 September, 2014Two New Zealand IT...
2014/09/16 04:28
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Where: Air Force Museum of New Zealand, Wigram, Christchurch Cost: Free for Cluster Members, $97.50 + GST for Non-Members Website: http://softwaresummit.co.nz/Press release, 16 September 2014,...
2014/09/16 01:02
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A new director for the all-sky astronomers12 September 2014 From today, the nation-wide ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics has a new director, Professor Elaine Sadler, Professor of...
2014/09/12 08:29
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Pretoria — South Africa and Australia have committed to advance each other's common interests, while unleashing mutual economic opportunities. This emerged after bilateral consultations between...
2014/09/12 00:29
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The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has completed the final upgrade of its Magnus supercomputer, making it the most advanced scientific supercomputer in the southern hemisphere. The upgrade means the...
2014/09/10 13:15
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Scientific partnerships are about “finding things that matter to both our societies”, Professor Robin Grimes, chief scientific adviser in the United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office, told the...
2014/09/09 14:29
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Science and Technology Minister, Naledi Pandor, says the partnerships with the eight other African nations that will host remote stations of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope remain strong...
2014/09/09 07:19
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A $4 million supercomputer at the Pawsey Centre in Western Australia will be “at the heart” of Australia and New Zealand's co-hosting responsibilities for the Square Kilometre Array radio...
2014/09/09 07:19
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The $80 million Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in Western Australia has completed the final upgrade of its ‘Magnus’ machine, which provides processing power in excess of a petaflop. Magnus, the largest...
2014/09/09 06:19
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Academic and research networking provider AARNet have chosen Juniper Networks routers and switches for its next-generation network, AARNet4. AARNet4 is the successor to the third-generation network...
2014/09/08 07:48
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Australia's first pass at the Square Kilometre Array – the Boolardy Engineering Test Array – is about to get commissioned into a fully-live system. The test array, known naturally enough as BETA, is...
2014/09/06 23:05
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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...
2014/09/04 07:34
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Construction on phase one of the SKA - which on completion will be the world's biggest radio telescope - is set to start in 2018, centred on a site about 90km north-west of Carnarvon. Cape Town - The...
2014/09/02 18:23
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The International Space Station. Photo from Wikimedia. Is science diplomacy the answer to a world under threat, ask Robert G.Patman and Lloyd S.Davis. Since the end of the Cold War, deepening...
2014/09/02 05:05
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... team is average": Australia's chief scientist, Professor Ian Chubb. Photo: Rohan Thomson Australia likes to consider itself the "clever country", a phrase made popular by former prime minister...
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The government is working on a set of regulations that will ensure that shale gas exploration does not threaten South Africa's environment or compromise research projects linked to the Square...
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