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New observations of the first black hole ever detected have led astronomers to question what they know about the Universe’s most mysterious objects.
The speed of tectonic plate movement can affect the chemistry of ocean ridge basalts, an international study published today in Scientific Reports, has found.
Congratulations to Professor Peter Betts on being named the Geological Society of Australia’s (GSA’s) W.R Browne Award winner for 2021.
Fish populations around the world are at risk due to growing levels of pharmaceutical contamination in waterways, according to an international team of researchers from Monash University, the University of Western Australia (UWA), the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and New York University.
MATRIX, Australia’s residential research institute for the mathematical sciences, has been awarded US$600,000 over three years in funding from the US based Simons Foundation through its Targeted Grants to Institutes program to support fundamental research in the mathematical sciences.