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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.…

Fashion

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…

Agriculture

Curtin researchers to improve WA biosecurity risks under new Fellowships

Two Curtin University researchers will work to improve Western Australia’s response to threats posed by invasive pest species as part…

Astronomy

Historic MWA milestone reached as we go ‘back to the future’ in the cosmos

A world-class telescope in outback Western Australia is on the verge of unlocking more secrets from the start of the…

Awards and achievements

Curtin’s stars recognised among the State’s finest

Six leading Curtin researchers and two of the University’s powerful science engagement programs have been named finalists in the 2023…

Agriculture

Harmful substances impacting tiger snakes across Perth, study finds

New research has found tiger snakes in Perth’s urban wetlands are accumulating high levels of chemical substances from ingesting PFAS…

Earth science

New research dates the formation of Earth’s continents

Researchers at Curtin University have established a new framework for dating the Earth’s evolution including the formations of continents and…

Awards and achievements

Curtin whale song expert gets top gong from peers

A pioneering marine scientist, whose dedication has contributed to a greater understanding of the secret life of whales through their…

Environment

Study finds the best plants and bee hotels for boosting urban bee numbers

The presence of more native Australian flowering plants in urban areas can help boost declining bee numbers, with new Curtin…

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