“Over the course of human existence, we’ve made up all kinds of stories about what we didn’t understand - like werewolves howling under the moonlight, and the Earth being as flat as a crepe. We live and learn, and fortunately, we share our insight with others. Dr. Natasha Hurley-Walker is an award-winning astronomer that does just that…”
“With our world undergoing huge changes due to humankind's insatiable demand for resources, radio astronomer Dr Natasha Hurley-Walker will be at several events, including at SciTech, discussing topics such as looking for life on other planets….”
“Ever wanted to meet your historical heroes or explore the inventions of the future? We look at what science tells us about the possibility of travelling in time…” I’m interviewed on the BBC’s The Inquiry about all things space-time.
“Despite its reputation as a male-dominated field, STEM — science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — is filled with inspirational women who are putting in the work to change the world as we speak. Some of them are starting young, others are breaking boundaries further through their careers, but all of them are making new discoveries and chasing the future…”
“CURTIN University astronomy researcher Natasha Hurley-Walker is on a mission to smash stereotypes in 2019…”
“Balancing a scientific career with having a family isn’t easy. For early and mid-career women, just when they need…”
“Talk to radio astronomer Dr Natasha Hurley-Walker and you’ll never look at the night sky in the same way again…”
I appear on the world’s longest-running TV show, the BBC’s “Sky at Night”, exploring GLEAM with Prof. Chris Lintott.
“Today in our feature interview we hear about some of her amazing research projects, including her all-sky survey of 300,000 galaxies…”
“Last time [Inside Cover] spoke to Natasha Hurley-Walker, she had just completed the world’s most extensive radio survey of the Universe…”
“Natasha Hurley-Walker explains how a new radio telescope helps us "see" without light. She says these telescopes can tell us about millions of galaxies — and maybe even…”
“To the naked eye, the universe we can see on a clear night is dotted with thousands of stars, but what would it look like if human eyes could see radio waves?”
“WORLD-FIRST pictures of the universe in radio technicolour have been produced by a $50 million telescope in the WA Outback…”
“A $50 million telescope in outback WA has completed the most extensive radio survey of the universe, producing a catalogue of more than 300,000 galaxies…”
“Space boffins should prepare for a wave of astronomical revelations with the $51 million Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope in full swing…”