Explore the Curtin campus, learn about courses, speak to lecturers and current students, participate in activities and have lots of fun.
The meeting will start with a plenary on Friday evening and continue all-day Saturday with a mix of invited speakers and talks selected from abstract submissions. Morning tea and lunch will be provided on Saturday 2 September.
From The Conversation
Curtin academics and researchers contribute to The Conversation, a website with news and analysis from the research sector in Australia.
Read about the important and diverse range of research activities underway at Curtin, and how Curtin researchers are focusing on practical research that solves real-world problems.
Scientists fear that polar ice sheets are on the brink of collapse from the effects of human-induced global warming. Which one of the planet’s three major ice sheets will be the first to go?
A novel blood assaying technique requiring only a tiny sample of dried blood could revolutionise patient care in remote locations such as the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
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?
A lack of viable storage options has long been renewable technology’s Archilles heel, but Curtin’s Hydrogen Storage Research Group is hoping to change that.