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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…

Campus and global community

Curtin launches new global game learning tool to tackle sustainability

Curtin University has launched an innovative, game-based learning program – which challenges the next generation to solve the world’s greatest…

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Unique Indigenous native seed farm to help meet supply challenges

A team of scientists from Curtin University’s ARC Centre for Mine Site Restoration (CMSR) has helped to install an Indigenous-owned…

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Study helps solve riddle of Mekong River age and Tibetan plateau formation

A Curtin University researcher is among an international team that has found evidence the Mekong River was formed mainly by…

Campus and global community

Two Curtin world-leading researchers named Academy Fellows

Two leading Curtin researchers responsible for major advances in the resources and construction industries have been elected as Fellows of…

Campus and global community

Curtin scientists unearth rare mineral from buried WA impact crater

Curtin University researchers studying core samples taken near Shark Bay have discovered an ultra-rare mineral from what may be the…

Campus and global community

WA’s national bid to lead battery energy storage research hub charges on

A Western Australian-led national consortium of industry and universities has been invited to progress to the second stage of its…

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