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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…

Campus and global community

Curtin celebrates Australia Africa Week 2023

Curtin University has further strengthened its ties with African communities, celebrating Australia Africa Week in Perth by hosting and participating…

Global Curtin

Curtin’s global outlook ensures ranking success

Curtin University continues to shine on the world stage, again ranked among the world’s top 250 universities and placed 12th…

Research

Curtin study suggests rare echidna noises could be the ‘language of love’

Curtin University researchers have captured rare recordings of echidnas cooing, grunting and making a range of other sounds, but only…

Awards and achievements

Curtin students eager to use their Global Voices for change

A quartet of Curtin University students driven by their passion to make a positive difference in the areas of sustainability,…

Planetary science

Curtin ready to analyse rare asteroid rocks from epic NASA mission

Curtin University researchers are standing by to be among the first in the world to analyse precious asteroid samples due…

Awards and achievements

Curtin’s Exchange precinct wins prestigious urban design award

Curtin University’s Exchange precinct secured the prestigious Masterplanned Communities award at the 2023 Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) WA…

Science and Engineering

Leading geologist and early Earth expert heading to Curtin

World renowned astrobiologist and geologist, Professor Martin Van Kranendonk has been appointed Curtin University’s new Head of School of Earth…

FBL

Curtin and Stan Perron Foundation unite to foster ethical leadership

Global Ethics and Human Rights Scholar, Anthony J. Langlois, has been appointed Curtin University’s inaugural Stan Perron Dean of Applied…

Planetary science

Argyle study reveals crucial third clue to finding new diamond deposits

Curtin University researchers studying diamond-rich rocks from Western Australia’s Argyle volcano have identified the missing third key ingredient needed to…

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