Friday 6 October 2017
Ever since the first conveyor system was developed in the 18th century, engineers have been refining the device to maximise its operation and efficiency in transporting goods and resources.
By Zoe Taylor |
Research; Engineering and mining | 4comments
Monday 2 October 2017
How do you feel about driverless vehicles? Are you ready to let a machine make potentially life-or-death decisions for you?
By Daniel Jauk |
Campus and community; Feature; Research; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Tuesday 28 March 2017
WAIT alumnus Dr Thomas Shannon reflects on his lifelong passion for understanding how the body works, and how he has applied his knowledge in diverse settings from healthcare to Hollywood.
By Zoe Taylor |
Alumni news; Health; Physical sciences and mathematics; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Friday 11 December 2015
Mullaloo Surf Lifesving Club is going hi-tech to prevent shark attacks.
By Frances Thornton |
Feature; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Monday 30 November 2015
If you think you’ve been keeping up with the incredible ways technology is changing people’s lives, have a chat with Professor Stelarc and you’ll probably have to think again.
By Steve Packer |
Feature; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Friday 30 August 2013
The Department of Commerce and the Small Business Development Corporation have signed on for the third time as main sponsors for Curtin University’s Ignition entrepreneurship and innovation initiative.
By April Kleer |
Campus and community; Business, management and law; IT and computing
Thursday 29 August 2013
Finding your way through Australian skyscrapers and open pit mines should no longer be a challenge thanks to the latest integration of two global navigation satellite systems (GNSSs).
By Megan Meates |
Research; Engineering and mining; Physical sciences and mathematics
Friday 1 March 2013
Alex North and Daniel Danilatos took out the top prize at this year’s OzAPP Awards for their phone-to-phone communication device, Soundbyte.
By Katy Scott |
Campus and community; IT and computing | 2comments
Friday 24 August 2012
A Curtin University researcher who developed a technique to detect transformer faults responsible for power outages is the winner of the 2012 Curtin Commercial Innovation Awards. Dr Ahmed Abu-Siada has created a software-based technique that creates an image of how the transformer should be functioning, and then detects faults in real-time without disrupting the supply
Read More By Megan Meates |
Research; Engineering and mining; IT and computing; Physical sciences and mathematics