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Campus and global community

Study finds tiny cannabis capsules could help treat neurological diseases

A team of researchers led by Curtin University has discovered a new way to improve the absorption rate of medicinal…


Funding boost gives hope to vulnerable Australian cardiac patients

A Curtin University research team has been awarded almost $1.5million in Federal Government funding to coordinate Australian trials of a…


Mouse studies find sugar-free energy drinks just as harmful

Two Curtin research studies have found the excessive consumption of energy drinks, even sugar-free varieties, can cause significant damage to…

Campus and global community

New research finds slumped posture not such a pain in the neck after all

Curtin University research in partnership with the Raine Study has cast doubt on the popular belief that having a slumped…


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

Study suggests greater need for grief support due to COVID-19

Curtin University research has found people grieving a COVID-related death would benefit from timely support and care to reduce the…

Campus and global community

Research giants join forces for hearing impaired in Western Pacific Region

Hearing loss sufferers worldwide will reap the rewards of three globally recognised research brands with Ear Science Institute Australia (ESIA),…


Food and space the focus for newest Forrest PhD Scholars at Curtin

Two early career researchers have been awarded prestigious Forrest PhD Scholarships to continue their studies into black holes in the…


Curtin Alzheimer’s research project awarded NHMRC funding

Curtin University has been awarded $637,536 in Federal Government funding to explore new treatment opportunities for patients who are at…

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…

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