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A decade of innovation: Unveiling Curtin’s 2024 Accelerate trailblazers

A time-saving painting solution taking the ‘pain’ out of ‘painting’ and a game-changing technology turning carbon into battery-grade graphite are…


Nature’s DNA traps: Spider webs put new spin on wildlife research

Spiders might be silent heroes in helping us understand and keep track of animals, with new Curtin research revealing their…

Public Health

Death toll shows extreme air pollution events a growing urban threat

New Curtin University-led research has estimated that 1454 avoidable deaths (one person every five days) occurred in Australian capital cities…


New community resources to tackle extremism and disinformation

Important new online resources aimed at tackling extremism and disinformation in the community have been launched in Western Australia. Created…


Curtin and Lifeblood join forces to develop faecal transplant pills

Curtin University and Australian Red Cross Lifeblood are joining forces to develop a new faecal transplant capsule for Australian clinical…


Astronomers produce most sensitive radio image ever of ancient star cluster

A global team of astronomers have created the most sensitive radio image ever of a globular cluster, an ancient ball…


Curtin joins network using advanced imaging to tackle major global issues

Curtin University has become the only institution outside of Europe to join an elite global research network, through which it…


Fellowships to tackle some of Australian universities’ biggest challenges

The National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) at Curtin University has announced Equity Fellowships for 2024, which…


Curtin research projects boosted by ARC Discovery funding

Ten Curtin University research projects aimed at solving some of the country’s biggest challenges have secured more than $4 million…


Curtin study suggests rare echidna noises could be the ‘language of love’

Curtin University researchers have captured rare recordings of echidnas cooing, grunting and making a range of other sounds, but only…

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