Australia’s coastline is a great wave resource, but wave power technology has typically lagged behind other renewable developments. One company looking to challenge this is Bombora Wave Power.
By Zoe Taylor | Feature; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
This annual event brings together writers, activists, poets, novelists, journalists and readers in conversations about the experience and the craft of writing across cultures.
By Nadia Quinn | Alumni news; Feature; Culture, language and Indigenous; The arts and creative industries
How do you feel about driverless vehicles? Are you ready to let a machine make potentially life-or-death decisions for you?
By Daniel Jauk | Campus and community; Feature; Research; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Asteroids and comets formed as a result of cosmic dust and water combining … or did they?
By Nik Malane | Feature; Research; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
In just a few days, a NASA spacecraft is going to perform a gravitational slingshot around the Earth to rendezvous with the asteroid Bennu … and Australia is being awarded one of the closest views.
By Daniel Jauk | Feature; Research; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Former Fremantle Dockers player, Anthony Morabito, discusses his footy career and how he balances life as an elite athlete and student.
By Zoe Taylor | Campus and community; Feature; Student News; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
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 | Leave a comment
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
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