The use of tablet devices among young children may increase the risk of neck, back and arm pain and reduce physical activity, new Curtin University research has found.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Education; Health; IT and computing
The Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) has recorded a key milestone in its ongoing development, with the building and deployment of equipment for its Phase Two expansion now complete.
By Carole Kerr | Campus and community; General; Research; Research Featured; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
Curtin University-led research has recommended a new communication tool to help the millions of people living with dementia who are admitted to hospital across the globe every year.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Health
The 2017 Research and Engagement Awards combined, for the first time, the annual Curtin Excellence in Research Awards and the Curtin Media Awards.
By James McIntosh | Research | Leave a comment
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
When Wonder Woman and Atomic Blonde were released, critics take notice of the violent heroines leading the story. But there is a long history of women kicking butt in film, writes Janice Loreck.
By Janice Loreck | Campus and community; Research; Humanities; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
The latest edition of Nature Index Rising Stars points to Curtin as the top Australian mover in the national tertiary sector. Why? Here we review Curtin’s research ascendency.
By Andrea Lewis | Leave a comment
In the burgeoning world of technology start-ups, women are massively underrepresented. Why is that and how do we solve it?
By Yvette Tulloch | Feature; Research; IT and computing | Leave a comment
Sarah Marley, of CMST, is researching the acoustic environment of coastal dolphins and investigating how they respond to an increasingly noisy ocean.
By Curtin University | R&D Now; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability | Leave a comment
Curtin University’s Head of School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Professor Adrian North has found some interesting links between what a person’s musical preference says about their personality.
By Courtney Schuur | Feature; General; Research; Culture, language and Indigenous | 1 comment