Tuesday 6 December 2016
2016 WA Premier’s Scientist of the Year Kingsley Dixon discusses his love of the bush and all things botanical, why research freedom is so important, and a career built on smoke.
By Curtin University |
Agriculture, environment and sustainability | Leave a comment
Tuesday 7 June 2016
Curtin University Director of IP Commercialisation Mr Rohan McDougall highlights the significant role of universities in the federal government’s new National Innovation and Science Agenda.
By Rohan McDougall |
Business, management and law; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Friday 18 December 2015
Author and academic Dr David Whish-Wilson discusses his award-winning short story The Cook, the evolution of crime writing, and Australia’s surprising, felonious link to colonial California.
By David Whish-Wilson, Senior Lecturer, Department of Communication & Cultural Studies |
The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Wednesday 17 June 2015
The country-raised landscape architect behind the Greater Curtin Master Plan explains how plants, public transport and performers can make a city worth living in.
By Emily Lloyd |
Campus and community; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Architecture and construction | Leave a comment
Thursday 4 December 2014
For a teenager, riding a bicycle is liberating, but riding a bicycle you built with your own hands is an achievement.
By Jessica Ibacache
Tuesday 5 August 2014
We’ve known for some time now that whether you’re a student or an office worker, sitting at a desk for extended periods of time can be detrimental to your health and your focus.
By Courtney Schuur
Thursday 21 November 2013
A finalist in the Research or Innovative Practice category of the 2013 WA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards, Western Australia’s first-ever Professor of Midwifery, Yvonne Hauck is looking to the future.
By Yvonne Hauck |