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CGA is seeking Expressions of Interest for the appointment of two key senior positions.
The 2020 Dirac Medal in Theoretical Physics awarded to Prof. Susan Scott
The 2020 Prime Minister Prize for Science goes to Australia's contribution to the first detection of gravitational waves »
The 2020 Prime Minister Prize for Science goes to Australia's contribution to the first detection of gravitational waves
Prof. Susan Scott was honoured Fellow of American Physical Society in 2020.
Gravitational Wave scientists detected the most massive black hole formed by the collision of impossible black holes.
CGA is participating in National Science Week 2020.
CGA researchers, Associate Professor Jong Chow and his team, in partnership with industry will develop, design and manufacture the next-generation of optical...
Results published 2/7/2020 in the prestigious journal Nature show the standard quantum limit has been breached using squeezed light technology pioneered at the...
The fastest-growing black hole in the universe is 34 billion times the mass of our sun and feasts on a meal the equivalent of our sun each day.
Black hole swallows an astrophysical object that could be the lightest known black hole or the heaviest known neutron star.
The first binary blackhole merger with unequal mass detected
OzGrav has recently celebrated its third birthday and achievements during the life of the centre.