More than seven out of 10 Australian adults want TV ads promoting alcohol to be phased out at times when children are likely to be watching sports broadcasts, a national survey shows.
By Yasmine Phillips | Publications; R&D Now; Research; Health
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
Aussie football is one of the nation’s most beloved sports, but new research by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC) reveals the significant benefits of the game for Indigenous players.
By Curtin University | Research; Culture, language and Indigenous | 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
Biorobotics – the augmentation of the human body with robotics – has gone from interesting idea to real-world science with staggering potential.
By Kitty Drok | Research; Engineering and mining | Leave a comment
The Curtinnovation Awards celebrate the University’s efforts to turn research outcomes into successful new products and services. Discover the fascinationg innovations of this year’s winners.
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An innovative software shield developed by Curtin University researchers that prevents increasingly common cyber security attacks has been crowned the overall winner in the 2017 Curtinnovation Awards.
By Yasmine Phillips | R&D Now; Research; Business, management and law; Education; Health; IT and computing; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
The Seminar is an opportunity for doctoral and research masters’ students in the faculty of Health Sciences to showcase the diverse and innovative research that they are undertaking.
By Anthony Mackaiser | Research; Student Events; Health
Curtin’s Dr Richard Alorro is collaborating with a South Korean company to research a new method of recovering precious metals hidden in discarded smartphones and other end-of-life consumer products.
By Daniel Jauk | Research; Engineering and mining; Science and Engineering | 1 comment
Employees who are empowered by their bosses by being given independence and the responsibility to self-manage are more likely to thrive at work, new research has found.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Business, management and law