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Curtinnovation a chance to embark on journey of collaboration with Curtin

A game-changing cybersecurity platform, a data-driven program helping businesses, schools and households reduce their carbon footprint and a smart microchip…

Biology and marine biology

New ‘crime scene investigation’ may save endangered carnivorous plants

Researchers have combined macro photography with DNA metabarcoding to create a new botanical “CSI” tool that may hold the key…


Curtin research secures funding in latest ARC Linkage Program

Curtin University researchers will investigate fighting a plant pandemic threatening Australia’s native botanicals and further examine “life’s most essential molecule”,…


Nine out of 10 Aussies have low vitamin D intakes, Curtin study shows

A new Curtin University study has found 95 per cent of Australians have low vitamin D intakes, with researchers recommending…

Climate change & conservation

Planting the seed for new soil carbon systems to address climate change

The Soil and Landscape Science Group (SLSG) at Curtin University will work with an international team to develop next generation…

Campus and global community

Study finds soil erosion and wildfire another nail in coffin for Triassic era

Curtin research has revealed that soil erosion and wildfires contributed to a mass extinction event 201 million years ago that…


New Fulbright scholar seeks to accelerate EV for the resources industry

A distinguished American engineer will collaborate with Curtin renewable energy experts to develop a model for electric vehicle charging stations,…

Campus and global community

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…

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