Curtin University has named award-winning Western Australian playwright and actor Kate Mulvany the Patron of the Hayman Theatre
By April Kleer | Campus and community; Feature; Humanities; The arts and creative industries
A group of 18 unemployed young men with intellectual disabilities have gained vital job skills after graduating from a Men’s Shed mentoring project run by Curtin and Western Sydney Universities.
By Yasmine Phillips | Campus and community; Feature; Health and medicine; Research; Health
Fridges that can place a food order for you, planes that operate without a pilot. Curtin’s Internet of Things Micromasters program can help prepare you for the technologies and jobs of the future.
By Nik Malane | Engineering; Feature; Future students; General; Science and technology; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Dr Annette Regan says it’s critical for pregnant women to get flu and whooping cough vaccines to protect themselves and their unborn children from potentially fatal illnesses.
By Arianne Chavez | Feature; Research; Health | Leave a comment
In the remote Pilbara Martu communities of Punmu and Jigalong, there has been a quiet revolution in the way early intervention is being delivered to Indigenous children with developmental challenges.
By Arianne Chavez | Campus and community; Feature; General; Culture, language and Indigenous; Education; Health
Curtin University has today secured $10.45 million in funding from the Federal Government’s Australian Research Council to support important research activities.
By Yasmine Phillips | Feature; Research; Culture, language and Indigenous; Education; Engineering and mining; Health; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
The presence of well-preserved biological material found in an Early Jurassic ichthyosaur vertebra suggests that fossils could play a major role in understanding the biology of extinct species.
By April Kleer | Feature; General; Research; Science and Engineering
After 40 years in Europe, Professor Putnis is back in Australia, and has been awarded the title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor.
By Jarrad Long | Feature; Research; Engineering and mining | Leave a comment
During semester break, nine Physiotherapy students stepped off a plane into the riot of colour, sounds and smells that is Kathmandu, Nepal. It was to be home for the next month.
By Arianne Chavez | Campus and community; Feature; General; Health
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 | 4comments