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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…


Curtin research to focus on pancreatic cancer ‘bubbles’ in blood

Curtin University researchers will investigate the make-up of cancer-carrying ‘bubbles’ with the ultimate aim of detecting pancreatic cancer in its…

Campus and global community

New study highlights major deficiencies in lung cancer care in Australia

Curtin-led research has exposed serious flaws in the services and infrastructure available in Australia for the treatment of lung cancer,…

Campus and global community

Curtin study finds mobile devices a lifeline for families during lockdowns

New Curtin research has revealed a positive aspect to the COVID pandemic, with families found to benefit from the extra…


Pandemic increases loneliness among Australians with adverse health outcomes costing up to $2.7 billion per year

Released today by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, the ‘Stronger Together: Loneliness and social connectedness in Australia’ report has revealed…

Nursing & midwifery

Australians with MS sought to ‘taste test’ new nutrition program

Curtin University researchers are seeking to recruit 50 people with multiple sclerosis (MS) to test an online program that encourages…

Campus and global community

Curtin back pain expert wins award for contribution to physiotherapy

A Curtin researcher committed to helping people living with musculoskeletal pain has won the 2021 Aspire Award for expertise in…

Campus and global community

Curtin study highlights increased use of CT scans in WA emergency departments

New Curtin research has revealed a marked increase in use of CT scans for injured patients in the emergency departments…

Awards and achievements

Talented Curtin trio win WA Young Tall Poppy Science Awards

Three Curtin University researchers have been recognised in the Western Australian Young Tall Poppy Science Awards, for their research achievements…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Midwife graduate returns to paint Moorditj Yorga design

Valerie Ah Chee was the only Aboriginal woman in her cohort. Now, she has returned to Curtin to foster a…

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