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Campus and global community

Snakes more likely to inbreed and lose ability to adapt due to urbanisation

Curtin University research has found that isolated Perth tiger snake populations, such as those surrounded by urban development or seawater,…

Campus and global community

Mauritius incident was world’s first major spill of Very Low Sulfur Fuel Oil

A year after bulk carrier MV Wakashio ran aground in an environmentally sensitive area off Mauritius, Curtin University-led research has…


Curtin study on infrared light paves way to improved crop protection

Curtin University-led research has discovered a way to assess plant disease development using infrared light, opening up new research avenues…


Curtin hosts new ARC training centre with a mission to heal country

Australia’s first Indigenous Chair for Biodiversity and Environmental Science will lead a ground-breaking new Curtin University-based training centre that will…

Campus and global community

Curtin study finds aspirin takes the headache out of restoration

New Curtin research has shown how a readily available, cheap and safe-to-use product found in the medicine cabinet of most…


Curtin study finds WA’s natural ‘museums of biodiversity’ at risk

Up to three quarters of the biodiversity living on Western Australia’s iconic ironstone mountains in the State’s Mid West (known…

Campus and global community

Study finds pretty plants hog research and conservation limelight

New Curtin University research has found a ‘beauty bias’ may be holding science back. The study revealed a tendency among…

Campus and global community

Study of marine noise highlights need to protect pristine Australian waters  

New Curtin research has found urgent action is needed to ensure human-generated underwater noise in Australian waters does not escalate…


Supercomputing partnership to turbocharge Australian research and green innovation 

Curtin University and DUG Technology Ltd have entered into a decade-long partnership to collaborate in the fields of high-performance computing…

Campus and global community

Curtin research finds introduced honeybee may pose threat to native bees

A Curtin University study has found the introduced European honeybee could lead to native bee population decline or extinction when…

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