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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…


Will Artificial Intelligence steal my job?

In an age where technology advances at an unprecedented pace, the proliferation of AI has raised concerns about its potential…

Policy & public affairs

Is Australia ready to legalise cannabis?

Consent. Privilege. Euthanasia. Public perception on a wide range of topics has shifted dramatically in the last decade. Now the…

Campus and global community

Hollywood mentor helps Curtin students put disability on centre stage

Curtin theatre arts students will star in a reboot of Shakespeare’s play Richard III, with the modern rendition drawing on…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Curtin appoints applied scientist as Dean of Indigenous Futures

A respected Yindjibarndi woman who has championed ethical research has been appointed Curtin’s first Dean of Indigenous Futures in the…


“Welcome to the club”- What COVID-19 can teach us about childhood cancer

New Curtin-led research has found the widespread social and hygiene changes that have occurred because of COVID-19 mirrored the usual…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Aboriginal lawyer takes trailblazing quest to Oxford

A Curtin Law School graduate will work to further protect Aboriginal cultural heritage in mining decisions after being awarded a…

Nursing & midwifery

Australians with MS sought to ‘taste test’ new nutrition program

Curtin University researchers are seeking to recruit 50 people with multiple sclerosis (MS) to test an online program that encourages…


Seven Curtin researchers named among the world’s best

Seven Curtin University researchers have been named among the world’s best, recorded in the latest edition of the Clarivate Analytics…

Media and communications

Short attention spans linked to social media distress

New Curtin University research has found that people who get distracted easily are more prone to suffer psychological distress and…

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