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Summer 2015/16

News story

R+D Now is the magazine of Curtin’s Office of Research. In this edition we look at how the application of atom probe microscopy to geological materials is shedding light on the distribution of precious metals in ores. We also look at how the polar ice sheets are on the brink of collapse and what the resulting higher sea levels will mean for the world’s coastal populations, and research by Associate Professor Kirsten Holmes reveals how today’s Australians spend more time watching TV than they do volunteering.

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