With a population of more than 40,000 students and staff, Curtin’s Bentley Campus is as busy as a small city. But unlike most cities, Curtin’s surveillance system is so smart it’s off the scale.
By Nick Brant and Karen Green | R&D Now; Research; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Stargazers will be treated to a rare skyshow when NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft ‘sling-shots’ its way over Australian skies on September 23.
By Lauren Sydoruk and April Kleer | Research; Science and Engineering
Our Career and Course Advisor will walk you through entry pathways, how to apply, and the support available to you.
By Shane Dillow | Future students; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Engineering and mining; Science and Engineering
Southern right whale numbers are on the increase with the long-term population monitoring study through Curtin University recording over 200 whales in the Great Australian Bight.
By Carole Kerr | General; R&D Now; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Science and Engineering
Associate Professor Stuart Johnson has discovered that a grain used mainly in animal feed in Australia contains properties that may have the potential to help combat type 2 diabetes mellitus.
By Nik Malane | Feature; R&D Now; Research; Science and Engineering | 2comments
Curtin alumnus James Coghill has created a successful recycling business that aims to help reduce electronic waste and reduce our carbon footprint.
By Nik Malane | Alumni news; Campus and community; Feature; Science and Engineering
A Curtin-led research team has identified seven unique fish choruses while recording the sounds of fish off the coast of Port Hedland, Western Australia over an 18-month period.
By Zoe Taylor | Feature; R&D Now; Research; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Curtin University has recognised the distinguished service of two of its professors by awarding them the highest honour the University can award its academic staff.
By Lauren Sydoruk | General; Research; Education; Science and Engineering
Predicting earthquakes and finding diamonds could be as simple as measuring helium gas levels in zircon mineral samples, according to Curtin researchers.
By Daniel Jauk | Feature; R&D Now; Research; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
This special National Science Week lecture will address the many and varied ways in which vehicle automation will change our daily activities and the environments in which we live.
By Tania Lambson | Campus and community; Engineering and mining; Health; Humanities; Science and Engineering