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All United Nations’ sustainable development goals
Software firm born from SKAO construction opportunities
Portuguese software company Atlar Innovation has grown from a SKA spin-off to an established specialist firm boasting contracts with the Portuguese Ministry of Defence.
Portuguese prove SKA green energy system
A Portuguese project was central to supplying renewable energy to the SKAO’s remote telescopes.
French-led team wins global challenge to crunch the SKAO’s vast data
The SKAO data challenges are driving innovation in software communities.
SKAO reaches half-a-million minds in India
As an unprecedented mega-science project, SKAO has an unrivalled ability to inspire future generations
Tech that talks to satellites delivers life-saving data
Revolutionary science facilitated by an SKA pathfinder telescope improves access to information that can mitigate crop failure and aid humanitarian response.
Australian outreach inspiring astronomy’s next generation
An Australian astronomy festival initiated by an SKAO partner organisation has grown into an annual celebration of all things celestial, visited by more than 40,000 people.
SKA summer schools – giving students the edge
Education and training opportunities are equipping young people with essential skills in the era of Big Data.
Science and art – a virtuous circle
The SKAO’s potential to fundamentally alter our understanding of the Universe has already inspired artists all over the world.
SKAO stands on shoulders of South African expertise
SKAO’s precursor telescope MeerKAT has generated significant investment in South Africa, supporting a cross section of the local and national economy
Telescopes unlock mysteries, and millions for the UK
The SKAO is already worth far more to the United Kingdom than the government’s initial investment in the project.