This is the place where ideas spark change. Where the imagination is a gateway to future possibilities. Our Faculty of Science and Engineering is the powerhouse of research at Curtin, instilling a strong reputation in WA and engaging with industry at every step.
Providing education at four overseas campuses, students experience unique and diverse work placements where studies can be applied to real challenges. The sophisticated, stimulating and creative learning facilities offer problem-solving opportunities, group collaboration and the chance to share ideas with industry professionals.
What’s happening in Science and Engineering
Kalgoorlie Careers Fair
Live in Kalgoorlie and want to switch careers? Come talk to potential employers about their graduate programs, vacation work, vacancies, and the launch of their employment campaigns.
Curtin Open Day
Does your passion lie in engineering? Open Day is an opportunity to see how a Curtin degree can help you make a difference. Register your details today to stay updated with all the latest information.
Curtin WA School of Mines graduate Jade Singleton on paving the way for cultural change in the workplace
Curtin WA School of Mines graduate Jade Singleton’s career journey has been far from boring. Read about how she is breaking barriers in WA’s mining sector.
Reducing carbon footprint major step towards well-being of planet
Through his Singapore based company Unravel Carbon, Curtin chemical engineer Marc Allen and business partner Grace Sai are helping businesses around the globe reduce their carbon footprint.
Head of School thanks Petroleum Experts Ltd
We are grateful for this donation from PetEx and look forward to our continuing partnership in the coming years.
Alzheimer’s | Prof John Mamo & Dr Virginie Lam
Curtin researchers are trialling a medication that could help preserve the cognitive function of people with Alzheimer’s.
Grief | Prof Lauren Breen and Shelly Skinner
Why are grief and dying such taboo topics in many societies, particularly if they involve children? And what is ‘grief literacy’?
Twitter | Prof Tama Leaver
Will Twitter ever be the same since Elon Musk’s takeover? And what impact will his changes have on users, free speech and (dis)information?
Research | Prof Chris Moran & Prof Fran Ackermann
Universities have been the main sites of knowledge discovery since the Late Middle Ages. Six hundred years on, will the role of the university as society’s primary source of new knowledge be…
How you can help
Academic Excellence Fund
Give Science and Engineering students a well-rounded and unforgettable student experience enriched by mentoring programs, internships, research, workshops and seminars, and engagement opportunities with government, corporates and not-for-profit organisations.
Join Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Professor Mark Ogden in supporting the Fund today.