Not many people get to spend their student days in the Antarctic, but Nick Roden was one of the lucky few. Nick is a PhD student working with our Wealth from Oceans team and the University of Tasmania. In 2010 he spent a year at Australia’s Davis Station in East Antarctica looking at how the
This week our Australia Telescope Compact Array turns 25. Read more about its stellar history and check out this impressive time-lapse video.
By Carrie Bengston Or more accurately, what on the sea floor is rugosity? If you thought rugosity might have something to do with rugs, you’d be close. It’s the ‘bumpiness’ of a surface. Measuring and mapping the rugosity of the sea floor is one of the topics at a video and acoustics data workshop in
A month or so ago, we marked the fiftieth anniversary of the discovery of quasars – huge, energetic explosions of radio waves, powered by the accretion of material into supermassive black holes. Our own Ron Ekers recently gave a presentation to mark this anniversary. In the following video he offers some fascinating anecdotes of the