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Research

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Earth science

Lunar glass shows Moon asteroid impacts mirrored on Earth

A Curtin-led research team has found asteroid impacts on the Moon millions of years ago coincided precisely with some of…

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Curtin Accelerate supporting next generation of start-up founders

Curtin University alumni, students and staff can transform their clever product or service into a thriving business, while honing their…

Campus and global community

Study unearths ancient reef structure high and dry on the Nullarbor Plain

Curtin researchers and international collaborators using advanced satellite imagery have discovered an ancient reef-like landform ‘hidden’ in plain view on…

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Decades-long study finds endangered whales are having fewer babies

A world-class collaborative research project has found that the Australian population of southern right whales is calving less frequently and…

Mining & minerals

Curtin researchers make battery-free breakthrough

New Curtin University-led research has found a more effective way to improve the output of autonomous power sources, such as…

Campus and global community

Study of 300-million-year-old faeces finds meat on the menu

Curtin researchers have analysed organic molecules preserved within 306-million-year-old fossilised animal faeces (coprolite) and unlocked a wealth of information about…

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Worldwide flower family bloomed 50 million years before the dinosaurs

New Curtin-led research has discovered that a group of flowering plants with more than one thousand species worldwide is 150…

Engineering

Renowned physicist inducted into Western Australian Science Hall of Fame

A world-leading expert in the field of atomic collisions and theoretical physics has been inducted into the Western Australian Science…

Campus and global community

Comet impacts formed continents when Solar System entered galactic arms

New Curtin research has found evidence that Earth’s early continents resulted from being hit by comets as our Solar System…

Energy transition

New Curtin Institute to tackle the transition to sustainable energy

A new institute that aims to train and support the next generation of energy opportunity hunters to enable the transition…

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