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Curtin research addresses obesity in young adults

C246/08 5 September 2008 Curtin University of Technology researchers have developed a unique web-based Tailored Obesity Prevention Program (TOPP) specifically…


Underground microbes eat into oil reserves

C248/08 8 September 2008 Research paper published online in prestigious Nature Geoscience Journal The discovery of live anaerobic bacteria in…

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Vision impaired to be counted

C243/08 3 September 2008 WA researchers have embarked on a groundbreaking study to accurately calculate the number of people with…


‘Hopping Hotspots’ explain the cycle of planet life

C241/08 2 September 2008 Published in Science Slamming tectonic plates beneath the Earth’s oceans have been linked to global explosions…


Curtin research produces innovative new whooping cough vaccine

C204/08 Whooping cough, a highly contagious disease that results in about 300,000 deaths a year worldwide and is the least…


Poverty key influence affecting long-term housing stability of Indigenous Western Australians

C203/08 16 July 2008 Latest Curtin University of Technology research has found that entrenched poverty is the strongest factor shaping…


New research to impact osteoporosis clinical practice

C183/08 24 June 2008 A new technique is being developed to measure the variation in bone density within spinal bones…


Future science and maths teachers to benefit from Curtin research

C181/08 23 June 2008 Early childhood and primary teacher education students at Curtin University of Technology are set to benefit…


Plum research rewards scholar

C179/08 19 June 2008 Curtin University of Technology research scholar, Sukhvinder Pal (SP) Singh, competed against many other postgraduate researchers…


Curtin pieces together the Canning Stock Route puzzle

C175/08 18 June 2008 One hundred years after Alfred Canning surveyed the Canning Stock Route with the help of the…

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