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Science and Engineering

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Science and Engineering

Research breakthrough to take space missions to new heights

New Curtin University research could change how space missions are conducted and lead to improvements in industries as diverse as…

Science and Engineering

New Fulbright scholar unlocking the mystery of static electricity

A distinguished American scholar in the field of materials science and engineering is collaborating with Curtin University researchers to unravel…

Awards and achievements

Curtin Professor named 2024 Australian Academy of Science Fellow

The Australian Academy of Science (AAS) has recognised Curtin University Emeritus Professor Zheng-Xiang Li’s stellar academic career by announcing him…

Science and Engineering

Getting dirty to clean up the chemical industry’s environmental impact

The global chemical industry is a major fossil fuel consumer and climate change contributor; however, new Curtin University research has…

Science and Engineering

Perth prodigy among youngest to ace global software testing exam

PERTH, Australia – In a remarkable achievement, 14-year-old Kai, a student with autism, has passed the International Software Testing Qualifications…

Science and Engineering

Unique research uses chemistry to fight terrorism

A Perth based explosives chemist has received national recognition and financial support for his work in determining the origins of…

Energy transition

Overhead vs underground: Rewiring Australia for renewable energy goals

A new report by Curtin University and The University of Queensland has provided insights into the trade-offs between overhead and…

Science and Engineering

Research reveals three new marsupial species – though all likely extinct

The exciting discovery of three new species of a small Australian marsupial has been tempered by the sad fact that…

Science and Engineering

Electronic sensor the size of a single molecule a potential game-changer

Australian researchers have developed a molecular-sized, more efficient version of a widely used electronic sensor, in a breakthrough that could…

Awards and achievements

Leading researchers take up Forrest Research Fellowships at Curtin

A Curtin University astrophysicist whose research investigates how stars are destroyed by supermassive black holes, and a chemical engineering researcher…

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