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Research

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Earth science

95-million-year-old sauropod dinosaur skull first of its kind in Australia

A Curtin University-led research team has analysed Australia’s first nearly complete sauropod dinosaur skull found in Queensland, Australia, gaining a…

Data science

New agreement to build innovation bridge from India to WA

A new agreement is seeking to lay the foundations for a start-up bridge between India’s most industrialised state and Western…

Global Curtin

Lucky seven for Curtin’s world No. 2 in mineral and mining engineering

Curtin University has maintained its position as the world’s second-ranked university and number one in Australia for mineral and mining…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Rich Indigenous knowledges safeguarded in new research agreements

The distinctive and rich heritage of Indigenous knowledge and culture will be protected under new research agreements spearheaded by Curtin’s…

Nursing & midwifery

New mums enlisted to trial melatonin to stem induced labours

First-time mothers will be offered oral melatonin tablets as part of a new Curtin-led clinical trial that is seeking to…

Medical science

New tests seek to predict liver cancer relapse and improve survival rates

Curtin University researchers will develop a suite of tissue and blood-based diagnostic tests that can predict whether liver cancer will…

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…

Awards and achievements

Curtin computational chemist awarded prestigious Dorothy Hill Medal

A leading Curtin University computational chemist has been named the 2023 recipient of the Dorothy Hill Medal for her outstanding…

Climate change & conservation

eDNA holds the key to safeguarding pollinators amid global declines: study

Curtin researchers have uncovered new evidence of western pygmy possums interacting with native flowers, providing the first eDNA study to…

Chemistry

Study finds silicon, gold and copper among new weapons against COVID-19

New Curtin research has found the spike proteins of SARS-CoV-2, a strain of coronaviruses that caused the COVID-19 pandemic, become…

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