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Environment

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Campus and global community

Curtin research finds native flora able to survive mine site rehabilitation

Curtin research into the ability of native flora to re-establish on post-mining landforms has identified a small portion of species…

Business, innovation and law

WA home to $135 million national battery research hub

Western Australia will host a national consortium to position Australia as a global leader in the manufacture and supply of…

Campus and global community

First development marks the start of Curtin’s new Exchange precinct

The $110 million new home of Curtin University’s School of Design and the Built Environment will be the first development…

Art and design

New global benchmarks confirm Curtin’s world-class research

Curtin University has achieved ratings at or above the world standard in 95 per cent of the research fields assessed,…

Art and design

NASA space architect helps launch Curtin’s Research Rumble

NASA’s Johnson Space Centre space architect Larry Toups will help launch next week’s Research Rumble, a series of events showcasing…

Campus and global community

Could trackless trams replace light rail?

Quick to install, quiet and highly cost effective – trackless trams could significantly ease traffic congestion in Australia’s largest cities.…

Campus and global community

Curtin study calls for new mining rules to protect animals in site restorations

New Curtin research has found the impact of mining on animals is overlooked in most mine site restoration assessments, prompting…

Campus and global community

Longest-ever eDNA study offers important insights into ocean health

Tiny genetic ‘breadcrumbs’ left behind by marine organisms offer unprecedented insights into ocean biodiversity and how it changes over time…

Campus and global community

Research finds ethical sourcing of seeds required for global restoration

Hundreds of thousands of tonnes of wild seeds are needed to restore plant ecosystems globally but overharvesting risks their depletion…

Campus and global community

Research finds that now is the time to protect WA’s tall forests

South-western Australia’s tall karri forests require a new management approach for their conservation based on a changed moral consensus in…

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