Scientists solve mystery of how most antimatter in the Milky Way forms
A team of international astrophysicists led by ANU and including UQ astronomer Holger Baumgardt has shown how most of the antimatter in the...
In the School of Mathematics and Physics we are fortunate to have a talented and enthusiastic group of tutors to assist staff in our maths, physics...
An international team of astronomers including UQ astronomer Holger Baumgardt has announced new evidence for the existence of a middleweight black...
There’s been a whirlwind of commentary of late speculating that the acceleration of the expanding universe might not be real after all.
    Medal photo courtesy of the Astronomical Society of Australia/Museum Victoria  UQ Astrophysics student...
Pleiades Award for UQ School of Mathematics and Physics
The School of Mathematics and Physics at UQ has received a bronze award in the first year of a new national scheme to improve gender equity in...
Postdoctoral positions for finishing PhD students
Two of our finishing PhD students will be leaving the astrophysics group soon to start postdoctoral research positions elsewhere. Joel Pfeffer, who...
Astrophysics student wins Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers thesis prize
UQ astrophysics student Samuel Hinton has just made many astronomers’ lives a whole lot easier—and has won an award for his trouble....
A supermassive black hole discovered in an ultracompact dwarf galaxy has prompted researchers to question if similar massive light-sucking objects...
Sarah Sweet awarded PhD
The astrophysics group is pleased to announce that Sarah Sweet, a doctoral student working under the supervision of Michael Drinkwater has awarded...