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Study calls for urgent climate change action to secure global food supply

New Curtin University-led research has found climate change will have a substantial impact on global food production and health if…

Earth science

Curtin research finds first clues to start of Earth’s supercontinent cycle

Curtin University research has uncovered the first solid clues about the very beginning of the supercontinent cycle of Earth, finding…

Campus and global community

Curtin study finds native bees under threat from growing urbanisation

Residential gardens are a poor substitute for native bushland and increasing urbanisation is a growing threat when it comes to…

Earth science

New placement for one of Earth’s largest mass extinction events

Curtin University research has shed new light on when one of the largest mass extinction events on Earth occurred, which…

Campus and global community

Curtin study finds force of habit key to environmentally friendly cup reuse

With many cafes happy to again accept reusable cups as they adapt to the pandemic, Curtin researchers have developed a…


Report finds AI and Blockchain could transform Australia’s transport sector

Curtin University-led research has found that applications of Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain Technology are set to revolutionise the transport sector…

Campus and global community

Curtin research to guide supply and use of native seeds for global restoration

Curtin academics have led the production of a world-first standards document to guide the supply and use of native seeds…


Study finds Perth’s urban reptiles are accumulating toxic levels of rat poison

Curtin University-led research has found that common reptile species in Perth are accumulating rat poisons at an alarming rate, posing…

Campus and global community

Curtin research finds first African carder bees to reach Western Australia

Curtin research has recorded the first known appearance of Pseudoanthidium (Immanthidium) repetitum, the African carder bee, in Western Australia and…


O Christmas Tree: DNA shows WA’s largest parasitic plant adapts to climate

A closer look at DNA from south-western Australia’s native Nuytsia floribunda, known as the WA Christmas Tree, has found that…

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