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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

New projects to fight lung infections and boost Indigenous physical activity

Curtin University researchers will develop and for the first time test in humans new treatments for lung infections that are…


Weight bias among healthcare students could impact future care

New Curtin University-led research has found Australian healthcare students often hold negative attitudes and beliefs towards people living with obesity,…


Study finds conceiving quickly after miscarriage not linked to adverse risks

New Curtin University-led research has found women who choose to conceive within three months after a miscarriage or induced abortion…

Campus and global community

Perth Pollen Count launches in WA – the state’s first and only real-time pollen monitoring and forecast service

Launched in partnership with Curtin University, the new Perth Pollen Count and Forecast Service will provide real-time environmental allergic and…


10,000 Aussie workers set to develop lung cancer from silica dust: study

As many as 10,000 Australians are predicted to develop lung cancer in their lifetime from being exposed to silica dust,…


People in prisons left behind in drive to reach universal healthcare goals

An international study of global progress in reaching World Health Organisation (WHO) goals in the provision of universal healthcare coverage…


Study tests link between common blood pressure pills and breast cancer

Curtin University researchers will examine if the long-term use of a popular blood pressure medication increased the risk of breast…


Federal funding boost for Curtin project to help at-risk youth

A Curtin University youth crime prevention project will receive almost $1.5 million in federal funding announced today by Federal Minister…


New agreement uses 3D technology to help treat rare genetic disorder

Researchers will use 3D facial analysis technology to help understand and eventually guide the treatment of a rare genetic disorder…


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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