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Economics & Finance

Increasing disability employment could boost national economy by billions

A new report by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre at Curtin University reveals that there has been no improvement in…

FBL

Mining Worker Study: Key insights into the state of WA mining’s mental health

• Mining workers report a strong focus on physical safety behaviours• More than one in three mining workers reported high…

Health

Curtin’s ‘Emerging Leaders’ win millions for health research

Seven Curtin University health research projects have been awarded a combined total of more than $2.6 million in funding, through…

Biology and marine biology

History repeats as Coral Bay faces mass loss of coral and fish life

A perfect storm of environmental factors has seen a monumental loss of fish and coral life at a popular area…

Health

Major gaps in lung cancer services across Australia and New Zealand: study

Researchers from Curtin University have identified critical gaps and inconsistencies in the provision and quality of care for lung cancer…

Society and culture

Using COVID lessons to unlock the digital world for people with disability

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in many innovations in how we interact digitally — and a Curtin University research project has…

science and environment

Reptile roadkill reveals new threat to endangered lizard species

The chance sighting of a dead snake beside a sandy track in remote Western Australia, and the investigation of its…

Campus and global community

Empowering WA’s regional women leaders to drive change

Regional women leaders in Western Australia have honed their advocacy skills for greater community impact through a masterclass series delivered…

Campus and global community

Renowned academic and policy leader named new Curtin Provost

Curtin University has named Professor Matthew Tonts as its new Provost, commencing 17 June, 2024. Professor Tonts joins Curtin with…

Climate change & conservation

Gen Z’s climate anxiety is real and needs action — for everyone’s wellbeing

New Curtin University research has shown Australian young people have major concerns about climate change, which is having a significant…

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