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Drones and artificial intelligence aid hunt for fallen meteorite in outback WA

Curtin researchers have recovered a freshly fallen meteorite after pinpointing its exact location on the vast Nullarbor Plain in Western…


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…

Campus and global community

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…

Campus and global community

University-wide accessibility enhances experiences for students with disability

New research has shown a universal approach to accessible facilities, course delivery, and disability awareness will enhance participation and success…


A flash future of X-ray technology could come from a digital camera

A Curtin University researcher will work with an international team to develop a new technology that will aim to take…

Campus and global community

JobSeeker and Commonwealth Rent Assistance reform urgently needed to lift up to 1 million Australians out of severe poverty

Released today by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, the ‘Behind the Line: Poverty and disadvantage in Australia 2022’ report has…


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…

Campus and global community

New technique unlocks ancient history of Earth from grains of sand

Curtin researchers have developed a new technique by studying the age of ancient grains of sand from beaches, rivers and…


Curtin study finds eDNA “game-changer” to help protect native animals

Curtin University researchers have identified a “game-changing” way of protecting native animals – including pygmy possums, western bush wallabies and…

Campus and global community

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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