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Curtin leads the way in mineral carbonation for a greener future

Curtin University is proud to be leading the way in the State Government’s roadmap to decarbonising Western Australia through integrated…

Campus and global community

Digital health technologies to help Aboriginal young people with ear disease

Thanks to funding from the Western Australian Future Health Research and Innovation Fund, Ear Science Institute Australia, in collaboration with…

Data science

Inaugural data science conference goes ‘back to the future’

Western Australia will need an extra 3,000 data scientists to ensure we lead the digital revolution, the State’s inaugural data…


New nano-gel to protect children receiving chemotherapy from hearing loss

Curtin University researchers will test a new nano-gel they have created to protect children receiving chemotherapy treatment from the common…

Climate change & conservation

Light technology recreates ‘log castles’ to save homeless lizards

Wooden ‘castles’ that house families of endangered Western Spiny-tailed Skinks attract feral and native predators, as Curtin researchers use light-detection…


Study finds TB treatment during pregnancy is safe for mum and baby

Seven out of 10 pregnant women were cured of their multidrug-resistant tuberculosis and delivered healthy babies after taking a medication…

Campus and global community

GRDC’s support plants the seed for crop disease breakthroughs

A Curtin University research centre will continue to discover new ways to reduce the economic impact of crop disease for…


Ningaloo corals are ill-equipped to handle future climate change

The relatively pristine coral populations of WA’s inshore Kimberley region are better equipped to survive ocean warming than the World…


Curtin reaches new heights in prestigious QSWUR

Curtin University has achieved its highest-ever result in the QS World University Rankings (QSWUR) by rising to 193rd globally, and…


Curtin-developed wearable sensor finds dancers are dancing through pain

A new Curtin-developed wearable sensor system has tracked the movement of dancers, providing valuable insights into how they adapt to…

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