Curtin University scientists have discovered Earth’s oldest asteroid strike occurred at Yarrabubba, in outback Western Australia, and coincided with the end of a global deep freeze.
New insights into how microbial life was quickly re-established following the mass extinction of the dinosaurs have been detailed for the first time by Curtin University-led research.
Curtin University’s Earth and planetary sciences and health technology research has been boosted with new state-of-the-art equipment courtesy of more than $1.4 million in Federal Government funding.
10 February 2020
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