With an enthusiastic audience of over 70, geomorphologist Dr Mick O’Leary from Curtin University gave his presentation, intriguingly named: Corals, canaries and cockroaches: A natural history of coral reefs on June 29, as part of the Science on the Broome Coast series.
The Karratha Science Engagement Network (KSEN) has run Karratha’s first film festival, a 48hr Festival to help Landcorp celebrate the opening of the new Quarter building.
3D MODEL generating drones may soon be measuring Western Australia’s rangelands to ocean carbon footprint.
WITH its long, metal tubes sitting on top of a swivel base, the $1.5 million beam centrifuge being installed at the UWA might look a bit like a double-barrelled cannon.
IN TODAY’S day and age almost everyone would have one if not multiple passwords to access their computer, social media, emails and banking information. So how do people create a password that is both easy to remember and most importantly, keeps their private information secure? Curtin University computer expert Mihai Lazarescu explains…
THIS week UWA’s Dr Ana Sequeira shares her insights into a new way to transfer models developed for the Great Barrier Reef to WA’s Ningaloo Reef in order to expedite research efforts and make funding stretch even further.
THANKS to WA’s world-class low frequency radio telescope, we now know what happened to a distant star millions of years before we first saw its explosion, just thirty years ago.
CITIZEN scientists have had a big win, with the discovery of a rare galaxy cluster being named after the two volunteers who found it while on Radio Galaxy Zoo.
A Perth-led project to map the genes used by different cell types in the human body is preparing to release its latest results following a win at the prestigious Eureka Prizes.
A COORDINATED research effort identified one of the genes involved in a debilitating muscle disorder.