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Get the most out of your degree by studying abroad through Curtin’s Ghent Summer Law Program in Belgium.
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What’s happening at Curtin
Find out what’s happening in Curtin business and law, and beyond.
Pregnant, expectant and breastfeeding First Nations mums will be the focus of new research that seeks to increase COVID-19 vaccination rates among Aboriginal women across Western Australia.
Children with cerebral palsy will wear specially designed wearable sensors as part of new research to address the problem that these children can spend 96 per cent of their day seated or lying…
A Curtin-led research team will develop a new range of online tools that will help predict life-changing consequences for the 200,000 everyday Australians who suffer mild traumatic brain…
Curtin University, the University of Aberdeen and the University of Calgary have joined forces to create a strategic alliance.