Curtin University research has revealed how pairing satellite images with an existing global network of radio telescopes can be used to paint a whole-of-planet picture of geological forces at work.
A violent explosion in a distant galaxy has broken the record for the brightest source of high-energy light in the Universe.
Curtin University researchers have discovered evidence in southern Australian beach sand of material that originated from the sub ice rock of Antarctica.
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