2017 Haydn Williams Fellowship Public Lecture presented by Professor Brendan Murphy
By Tania Lambson | Campus and community; General; R&D Now; Research; Science and Engineering
Researchers curious about how small birds in the wild manage to survive cold winter nights have used miniature temperature transmitters and data loggers to solve the puzzle.
By Tamara Hunter | General; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Science and Engineering
Western Australia’s five universities congratulate Minister Sue Ellery on her appointment as Minister for Education and Training within the new Western Australian Government.
By Hailey Ross | Campus and community; General; Education
A report released today by Curtin University and the Centre for Regional Development at The University of Western Australia (UWA) highlights the challenges faced by Native Title holders.
By Hailey Ross | General; Research; Culture, language and Indigenous
Curtin University has partnered with Shenton College to develop school students’ skills in innovation and entrepreneurship and build 21st century skills.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Campus and community; General; Education
Curtin University is set to play a key role in the $160 million Food Agility Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) established to fast-track the digital transformation of Australia’s food industry.
By Tamara Hunter | Campus and community; General; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Education; Science and Engineering
The State Government has gifted a stunning outdoor sculpture by prominent West Australian artist and Curtin graduate Anne Neil to Curtin University.
By Samantha Smith | Campus and community; General; The arts and creative industries
Top male managers earn $93k more than females.
By Hailey Ross | General; Research; Business, management and law
Marketing professionals from around the world who are looking to advance their skills in the digital age can now enrol in Curtin University’s new Marketing in a Digital World MicroMasters program.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Campus and community; General; Business, management and law; Education
New research into ancient rocks in Western Australia contradicts the commonly held belief that Earth’s first stable continents were formed in a plate tectonic setting.
By Tamara Hunter | Campus and community; General; Research; Science and Engineering