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science and environment

Two bee species become one as researchers solve identity puzzle

A new study by Curtin and Flinders Universities has found that what were thought to be two different species of…

Awards and achievements

National hockey heroes lead the charge at annual sports awards

Australian field hockey players Grace Stewart and Jake Harvie were each crowned Sports Star of the Year 2023 at this…


Digital 3D model of WA shipwreck shared to mark anniversary of its loss

The underwater remains of a ship built in Fremantle in 1876 and which sunk off the coast several years later…


‘Pathways to Net Zero Precincts’ set to fast-track low carbon living

A Curtin University-led national research project to advance decarbonisation in Australia, Pathways to Net Zero Precincts has launched at the…

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…


Joint poll: Could pharmacists help bridge the gap in osteoarthritis care?

A joint research initiative led by Curtin University will investigate the feasibility of community pharmacists taking a more active role…

Awards and achievements

Green hydrogen project takes Curtinnovation Awards’ biggest prize

A new and cost-effective way to extract green hydrogen from untreated water has won the highest prize at this year’s…


All roads lead to Rome: Curtin University signs MoU with Consulate of Italy

Curtin University staff and students will have new opportunities to work alongside and learn from internationally renowned academic and industry…

Awards and achievements

Curtin researcher crowned Young Tall Poppy Scientist of the Year

Curtin University geoscientist Dr Hugo Olierook from the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences and the John de Laeter Centre…


After the Fires reveals urgent mental health needs of bushfire responders

The final Curtin University-led After the Fires report has highlighted the mental health struggles of first responders in the aftermath…

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