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Data science

Dashboard data to innovate freight

Australian consumers have despaired at the wait for freight and the absence of household goods. Although COVID-related delays were unavoidable,…

Environment

Mining digs into the circular economy

After the Western Australian government announced in June that it would start ‘decarbonising’ the state, the mining industry and science…

Campus and global community

Curtin project recruits cybersecurity workforce from WA schools

Western Australian school students can be recruited as the cybersecurity workforce of the future as part of a Curtin-led cybersecurity…

Defence

Defence satellites, weather radars and drones lead to major meteorite find

Nine years after a six-tonne asteroid crashed through the Earth’s atmosphere over South Australia, researchers have used a combination of…

Data science

Wreckage from famous warships explored in 3D on anniversary of sinking

On the 81st anniversary of the sinking of the Australian warship HMAS Sydney (II) and the disguised German raider HSK…

Astronomy

Curtin astrophysicist named a Superstar of STEM

A Curtin University astrophysicist whose research investigates how stars are destroyed by supermassive black holes has been named a Superstar…

Campus and global community

Study finds effect of Earth’s orbit around the sun on ancient microorganisms

Curtin University researchers studying molecular fossils or ‘biomarkers’ from deep beneath the Chicxulub impact crater have found evidence of how…

Technology

Five trends shaping the future of the visual effects industry

From evolving audience expectations to emerging technologies, how are visual effects enhancing the future film industry and impacting the real…

Mining & minerals

World-class research instrument takes up new home at Curtin

Curtin University is home to a new state-of-the-art instrument which will provide researchers and industry with access to world-class microanalytical…

Campus and global community

Study unearths ancient reef structure high and dry on the Nullarbor Plain

Curtin researchers and international collaborators using advanced satellite imagery have discovered an ancient reef-like landform ‘hidden’ in plain view on…

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