Two researchers from Curtin University have witnessed the effects of climate change up close as part of the inaugural Homeward Bound women-in-science leadership expedition to Antarctica.
By Tamara Hunter | Feature; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Education; Science and Engineering
Almost two-thirds of Australians will go an entire year without volunteering any time to not-for-profit organisations and causes. So how to convince people to put their hands up?
By Curtin University | R&D Now; Research; Humanities | Leave a comment
Curtin University will work with the Muresk Institute to strengthen Western Australia’s agriculture industries following today’s signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) agreement.
By Hailey Ross | General; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability
Curtin University researchers have examined the link between neck posture and neck pain in adolescents.
By Susanna Wolz | General; Research; Health
Killer whales are known to enjoy a varied diet but new research from Curtin University has found their menu is more extensive than previously thought, showing them to hunt and prey upon beaked whales.
By Tamara Hunter | General; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Science and Engineering
A $46 million agriculture research facility opened today at Curtin University will allow scientists from the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) to take crop disease research to new horizons
By Tamara Hunter | Campus and community; General; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability
New research by Curtin University has examined the relationship between pain beliefs and low back pain (LBP) in baby boomers, finding poorer beliefs are associated with greater disability.
By Susanna Wolz | Research; Health
Three young researchers at Curtin’s Department of Chemistry and Nano Chemistry Research Institute are developing new forensic methods that can help solve crimes and mysteries in the real world.
By Zoe Taylor | Feature; Research; Physical sciences and mathematics | Leave a comment
New software that enables an optimal, streamlined approach to mine plant shutdown scheduling to fast track maintenance was the overall winner of the 2016 Curtin Commercial Innovation Awards.
By Zoe Taylor | Research; Engineering and mining | Leave a comment
Echidnas are only one of two surviving monotremes in Australia, yet very little is known about these spiky, ambling creatures and the important role they play in our ecosystems.
By Zoe Taylor | Feature; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability | Leave a comment