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Environment

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Agriculture

Leading soil ecologist appointed new Head of School at Curtin

An internationally recognised microbial ecologist has been appointed the new Head of the School of Molecular and Life Sciences at…

Agriculture

iDNA from flies to track native species across WA’s wheatbelt: study

Researchers from Curtin University have collected iDNA from flies to track the movements of Australia’s native species across the Western…

Climate change & conservation

Nullarbor rocks reveal Australia’s transformation from lush to dust

Curtin researchers have discovered how long ago the Australian Nullarbor Plain dried out, with a new approach shedding light on…

Earth science

95-million-year-old sauropod dinosaur skull first of its kind in Australia

A Curtin University-led research team has analysed Australia’s first nearly complete sauropod dinosaur skull found in Queensland, Australia, gaining a…

Climate change & conservation

Study finds why prescribed burned forests in WA became so fire-prone

New Curtin research has shown how fuel reduction burning aimed at decreasing the likelihood of bushfires in Western Australia’s South…

Awards and achievements

Top Curtin student joins Fulbright cohort to tackle climate change

Curtin University graduate Tiffany Verga has been awarded the 2023 Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship to further support her efforts towards curbing…

Awards and achievements

Curtin computational chemist awarded prestigious Dorothy Hill Medal

A leading Curtin University computational chemist has been named the 2023 recipient of the Dorothy Hill Medal for her outstanding…

Climate change & conservation

eDNA holds the key to safeguarding pollinators amid global declines: study

Curtin researchers have uncovered new evidence of western pygmy possums interacting with native flowers, providing the first eDNA study to…

Earth science

Ancient eggshell fragments ‘crack’ giant bird’s life secrets

A team of researchers have used DNA from ancient eggshell fragments to provide a rare glimpse into the evolution of…

Biology and marine biology

Marine heatwaves decimate sea urchins, molluscs and more at Rottnest

Curtin University researchers believe rising sea temperatures are to blame for the plummeting number of invertebrates such as molluscs and…

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