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Nature’s DNA traps: Spider webs put new spin on wildlife research

Spiders might be silent heroes in helping us understand and keep track of animals, with new Curtin research revealing their…

Earth science

Key moment in the evolution of life on Earth captured in fossils

Curtin-led research has for the first time precisely dated some of the oldest fossils of complex multicellular life in the…

Climate change & conservation

Thermal vision shows endangered numbats feel the heat of warming climate

Curtin University research using thermal imaging of numbats in Western Australia has found that during hot weather the endangered animals…

Biology and marine biology

Snapping shrimp create rowdy reef in Kimberley Marine Park

Underwater reefs are generally thought of as tranquil places — however some truly unruly residents make one such area off…


Curtin research to revolutionise land restoration

Curtin University’s groundbreaking initiative to redefine land restoration efforts in Western Australia through innovating the way we use native seeds,…


New digital tool to increase farm profitability and sustainability

A new collaboration between Food Agility CRC, NGIS, Farmanco, Curtin University’s Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM), and the…


‘Pathways to Net Zero Precincts’ set to fast-track low carbon living

A Curtin University-led national research project to advance decarbonisation in Australia, Pathways to Net Zero Precincts has launched at the…

Awards and achievements

Curtin researcher crowned Young Tall Poppy Scientist of the Year

Curtin University geoscientist Dr Hugo Olierook from the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences and the John de Laeter Centre…

Biology and marine biology

Kimberley Reef Connect project to make a splash

The Kimberley Marine Park is known to support diverse marine life however little is known about the coral reef ecosystems.…


Report calls for urgent redesign of WA’s fashion industry

A report on the sustainability of Western Australia’s fashion industry has called for immediate action on improving the way clothing…

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