Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. Could we use henna for fingerprint detection? Or bugs for breaking up mineral ores? Could new research into the brain help us drive more safely? And why do people donate artwork as part of their philanthropy? All these questions and more are answered in this issue of CITE.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. This issue looks at our love affair with celebrities and the idea of fame and the latest research on how we view food even when we know that it is good for us. Our economic experts also discuss how Australia’s four biggest banks survived the global financial crisis.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. Curtin FM has been running for over 30 years so in this issue we celebrate all things radio through another medium – pictures. Our experts also talk about how climate change affects bushfires and biodiversity and debate whether Alcopops and the Australian Government’s new tax policy is effective.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. How does Generation Y, the youngest working demographic, influence the new workplace and why does it pay off to understand them? Find out in this issue as we also look at how spatial science is mapping our future, especially as Western Australia leads the nation in the field.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. Our alumni are everywhere and actress Frances O’Connor is working in New York. In this issue of Cite she tells us how one doesn’t make it big overnight. Our researchers are also working on technology to help detect the outbreak of infectious diseases as soon as they occur.