CITS will be performing maintenance on the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environment. Access to the virtual desktop labs/virtual desktop will be impacted on Monday 3 June and Monday 24 June.
By Jaimi Baile | Student OASIS
Chinese students are again being targeting via direct phone calls from scammers. Here’s what you need to know!
By Stefan Manuk | Student OASIS
An NT-first stormwater sediment control system and an award-winning school for students with disabilities are just a couple of the projects Paul Brandis has worked on since moving to Darwin in 2012.
By Daniel Jauk | Alumni news; Science and Engineering | 1 comment
The new type of public transport could significantly ease traffic congestion in Australia’s largest cities, says 2018 WA Scientist of the Year Professor Peter Newman.
By Daniel Jauk | Feature; Research; Research Featured; Sustainable development; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Humanities | Leave a comment
Scammers are targeting students in Australia. Here’s what students need to know.
By Jaeger Wieland | Student OASIS
Curtin researchers have developed a particle detector at the remote site of the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Science and Engineering
Curtin students have developed a pedestrian-centric design concept to revitalise an inner-city, waterfront site in Wuhan, China. The team ranked in the top 10 in the competition, out of more than 100.
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Curtin astronomy researcher Dr Natasha Hurley-Walker and molecular plant pathologist Dr Caroline Moffat are among only 60 female scientists from Australia chosen as 2019-20 Superstars of STEM.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Research; Science and technology; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Science and Engineering
Curtin University research has found that a new stormwater treatment device could prevent harmful pollutants from entering waterways and cut recycling and infrastructure costs.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Feature; General; Research; Science and technology; Science and Engineering
Two outback radio telescopes synchronised to observe the same point of sky have discovered more about one of the Universe’s most mysterious events in new research published today.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Research; Science and Engineering