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Monash researchers involved in world-first detection of colliding neutron stars.
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Congratulations to Professor Joanne Etheridge who has been awarded the ARC 2022 Georgina Sweet Australian Laureate Fellowship.
A new telescope, made up of two identical arrays on opposite sides of the planet, will track down sources of Gravitational Waves.
Congratulations to Dr Adelle Goodwin on being awarded the Astronomical Society of Australia’s Charlene Heisler Prize for the most outstanding PhD thesis. Dr Goodwin completed her PhD thesis at Monash University and is now a postdoctoral researcher at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy, Curtin University.
Being able to ‘see’ magnetic fields all the way down to the atomic scale helps us better understand magnetic properties of materials.
Seven Monash researchers have been appointed to the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) College of Experts for the first time.