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Black holes and helium the focus for Forrest Research Foundation scholars

Gazing skyward at the behaviour of distant black holes to understand the nature of the Universe and peering in on…

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Next generation of nurses among Curtin students learning in Albany

The nurses of tomorrow are being educated in Albany as the result of a new agreement signed by Curtin University…

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Funding boost for footy fans’ healthy habits program

A Curtin University-led men’s health program, Aussie Fans in Training (Aussie-FIT), which uses a passion for AFL to keep men…

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New study identifies African ‘hotspot’ for highly infectious diseases

A regional corner of Africa is a hotspot for cases of HIV, tuberculosis and malaria, prompting researchers to call for…

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Rebooting Evolution

The building blocks of life-saving therapeutics could be developed in days instead of years thanks to new software that simulates…

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Diet, malaria and substance use linked to Pacific preterm births

A new Curtin University study has found diet, malaria, substance use and a lack of antenatal care services are linked…

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Curtin appoints outstanding nursing education leader

A decorated registered nurse who has helped shape nursing education in Australia has been appointed the new Head of the…

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New fellowship to support Curtin research for people living with MS

A Curtin University nutritional epidemiologist whose research is focused on helping people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) has been awarded…

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Research partnership to tackle obesity epidemic with medicinal cannabis

Curtin University and Perth-based company, Little Green Pharma Ltd (LGP), have joined forces to explore the use of medicinal cannabis…

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One in four Australian workers suffer ‘ringing ears’, survey shows

As many as half a million Australians are suffering from constant tinnitus, with farmers, automotive workers, transport drivers, construction workers…

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