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Environment

Study finds the best plants and bee hotels for boosting urban bee numbers

The presence of more native Australian flowering plants in urban areas can help boost declining bee numbers, with new Curtin…

Agriculture

eDNA could help protect insect pollinators of avocado flowers

New Curtin University-led research has found using environmental DNA (eDNA), in conjunction with conventional methods, to monitor how insects interact…

Climate change & conservation

First soil map of terrestrial and blue carbon highlights need for conservation

New Curtin University research has identified the most carbon-rich soils in Australia are in areas that are most threatened by…

Art and design

Students tackle planetary emergency in Curtin’s new study program

Students will be offered a new undergraduate certificate or course specialisation specifically designed to combat the environment and climate emergency…

Biology and marine biology

Study finds 107-million-year-old pterosaur bones are oldest in Australia

A team of researchers have confirmed that 107-million-year-old pterosaur bones discovered more than 30 years ago are the oldest of…

Awards and achievements

Curtin medical student awarded prestigious Global Voices Scholarship

A Curtin University medical student has been awarded a prestigious Global Voices World Health Assembly (WHA) Scholarship, which provides opportunities…

COVID-19 fallout continues to affect housing markets

New research has found the lack of new supply, driven by construction cost increases and labour shortages, will significantly affect…

Business

Curtin Ignition offers aspiring business owners expert start-up advice

Aspiring business owners are being encouraged to apply for the 2023 Curtin Ignition program, which brings together entrepreneurs, academics and…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Indigenous education leader to head Centre for Aboriginal Studies

A well-respected leader in Indigenous mental health and community health has been appointed the new Director of Curtin University’s Centre…

Campus and global community

Australia-Africa relations the focus of Curtin’s new engagement centre

Curtin University has launched the Centre for Australia-Africa Relations, a new research and engagement hub that seeks to fill a…

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