With Australia well-positioned to take advantage of the new technology, how many of us will choose to abandon the traditional electricity grid and power our homes independently – and at what cost?
By Anita Shore | Feature; Agriculture, environment and sustainability | Leave a comment
Architecture student Katherine Downie on being diagnosed with cerebral palsy and how she persevered with swimming to become a gold-winning Paralympian.
By Zoe Taylor | Campus and community; Feature | Leave a comment
Mullaloo Surf Lifesving Club is going hi-tech to prevent shark attacks.
By Frances Thornton | Feature; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
For the ‘YouTube Generation’, traditional media delivery is laughable.
By Andrea Lewis | Feature; Culture, language and Indigenous
For most trans people, life is more difficult than the celebrity columns will have you believe.
By Carmen Reilly | Feature; Culture, language and Indigenous; Health | 1 comment
If you think you’ve been keeping up with the incredible ways technology is changing people’s lives, have a chat with Professor Stelarc and you’ll probably have to think again.
By Steve Packer | Feature; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
In July, Curtin health sciences students packed their bags and headed overseas to add some cultural flavour to their fieldwork experience as part of Curtin’s Go Global program.
By Nikky Lee | Campus and community; Feature; General; Health
A Curtin student has helped usher in new laws targeting the supply of alcohol to underage drinkers in WA.
By Joana Partyka | Research; Health | Leave a comment
Well-known Perth author and Curtin Senior Lecturer David Whish-Wilson’s latest short story has won the prestigious Patricia Hackett Prize.
By Carmen Reilly | Campus and community; Feature; General; Culture, language and Indigenous; The arts and creative industries
A group of seniors is turning back the clock at Curtin Stadium.
By Yvette Tulloch | Campus and community; Health | Leave a comment