Join us in raising funds and awareness for the Leukaemia Foundation by shaving, colouring (comes out in the first wash), or donating on Thursday 22 March 2018.
By Luke Webster | Kiosk; Student OASIS
‘Atomic collision theory’. Its existence and impact is relevant to all humankind, and Curtin’s Professor Igor Bray is making invaluable contributions to the field.
By Nik Malane | Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
As food security becomes an acute global problem, research into development of disease resistant crops is paramount. Meet the Curtin professor helping plants to enhance their defence capabilities.
By Zoe Taylor | Research; Research Featured; Agriculture, environment and sustainability | Leave a comment
Being an emergency first responder in a rural or regional area has unique challenges. Curtin alumnus Con Michael has created a tool to tackle those challenges head on.
By Nik Malane | Alumni news; Engineering; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Curtin mass communication graduate Jerome Goerke has played a key role in trialling an innovative online, soap opera–style series of short videos about commerce and trade in Germany.
By Daniel Jauk | Alumni news; Humanities; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Curtin researchers are exploring better ways to combine seismic and electromagnetic methods for deep subsurface exploration all over the world.
By Daniel Jauk | Research; Science and technology; Engineering and mining; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Kristy Wiegele is a midwifery alumna who has donated cold cuddle cots to almost every maternity hospital in WA to help reduce the stigma that comes with talking about the loss of a child.
By Kristy Wiegele | Alumni news; Health | Leave a comment
Joann’s decision to study commerce at Curtin has taken her on a journey, from learning how to combine her passion for business and marketing, to travelling to Singapore for an internship.
By Curtin University | Alumni news; Business, management and law
Decolonisation can allow for true recognition of Australia’s First People and is crucial for justice and our collective futures.
By Zoe Taylor | Research; Research Events; Culture, language and Indigenous | 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