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Campus and global community

Curtin University in world’s top one percent of universities

Curtin University is again ranked in the world’s top one percent of universities and ninth in Australia, according to the…

Campus and global community

Study finds evidence that giant meteorite impacts created the continents

New Curtin research has provided the strongest evidence yet that Earth’s continents were formed by giant meteorite impacts that were…

Earth science

Earth’s ancient water cycle was key to making continents, study shows

A new Curtin University study has found that water was transported much deeper in the early Earth than previously thought,…

Climate change & conservation

Supervolcano study finds CO2 emissions key to avoiding climate disasters

The speed and volume of carbon dioxide emitted from supervolcanoes controlled the severity of past environmental crises on Earth, a…

Campus and global community

Whole-of-sector collaboration to tackle challenges facing WA agriculture

Curtin University is part of a new agricultural science collaboration aimed at boosting Western Australia’s agricultural research and development capabilities…

Health

Study confirms ED cases spike after Australian bushfires

New research has – for the first time – found a direct link between people’s exposure to bushfire smoke and…

Data science

Curtin-developed machine learning ‘phones home’ for famous Martian rock

New Curtin-led research has pinpointed the exact home of the oldest and most famous Martian meteorite for the first time…

Health

New scientific approach drives people to take control of therapy sessions

A new universal approach to mental health issues has been developed, used across outpatient clinics, inpatient wards, and high schools, and will be researched by a…

Health

10,000 Aussie workers set to develop lung cancer from silica dust: study

As many as 10,000 Australians are predicted to develop lung cancer in their lifetime from being exposed to silica dust,…

Biology and marine biology

New research finds deep-sea mining noise pollution will stretch hundreds of miles

New research published today in the peer-reviewed journal Science examines the potential for underwater noise pollution from seabed mining operations,…

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