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Translation and Impact

Find out how you can connect and work with Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy

The Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy (CIRA) is home to the Curtin node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR).

ICRAR aims to impact Western Australia’s economy, society, environment, and culture – beyond our contribution to academia.
The ICRAR Translation and Impact team at Curtin University supports core outcomes for the State of Western Australia by leveraging our research in core radio astronomy areas of engineering, technology and physics.
By lowering the barriers to collaboration with industry, government, non-profit organisations, and students, the ICRAR team is a catalyst for impactful research, mutually beneficial long-term relationships, and widespread societal benefits.

Through collaboration, we can help boost capability, develop new products, grow businesses, and create jobs.

Work with us

The Curtin Institute for Radio Astronomy has extensive experience in collaborating with other organisations.

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Student Opportunities

From industry linked PhDs, paid graduate internships, to events connecting students to CIRA and industry, find out more about pathways to radio astronomy.

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Discover how you can connect with our outreach teams for your school or community.


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Links to our multimedia repositories that showcase our research, collaborations, and operations.

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