Imagine holding your breath and running for more than half a kilometre, and making it look effortless. If that seems daunting, it’s the reality for Curtin grad and Olympic athlete Danielle Kettlewell.
By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Alumni news; Internet Communications | Leave a comment
What do global companies BMW, Microsoft and Twitter have in common? They all use software developed by graduate Stuart Hall, who now runs successful Perth-based business Appbot.
By Sara Culverhouse | Alumni news; IT and computing | Leave a comment
A technological development that has the potential to save Australia’s oil and gas industry millions of dollars each year has been crowned the overall winner at the 2019 Curtinnovation Awards.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Architecture and construction; Business, management and law; Engineering and mining; Health; Humanities; IT and computing; Science and Engineering
Innovation Central Perth and NERA have announced a new partnership to benefit the energy resources sector by assisting industry develop and deploy sensor technology.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Engineering and mining; IT and computing; Science and Engineering
Curtin University’s latest Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) will explore the exciting and in-demand subject of how people communicate and interact with robots and bots in everyday life.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Future students; General; Culture, language and Indigenous; Education; Humanities; Internet Communications; IT and computing; Media and communications
Why do we presume that our workplace information is worthless to cybercriminals? Dr Nik Thompson explains our downfalls in data breaches.
By Karen Green | Business; Feature; Research; Research Featured; Business, management and law; IT and computing | Leave a comment
Curtin University has launched an innovative new Cryptocurrency PhD Scholarship Fund, designed by Curtin data scientists.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Student News; Education; IT and computing; Science and Engineering
A 15-year-old school student who lives with autism has become one of the youngest-ever people to pass an international exam for software testers.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; IT and computing; Science and Engineering
The 2019 John Booker Medallist, Professor Brad Yu, has been appointed the Optus Chair in Artificial Intelligence at Curtin, where he will lead the Optus-Curtin Centre of Excellence in AI.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; IT and computing; Science and Engineering
Curtin University has welcomed Western Australia’s first State-wide STEM skills strategy, which aims to ensure the next generation is equipped to participate in the future workforce.
By Yasmine Phillips | Achievements in STEMM; Engineering; Research; Science and technology; Education; Engineering and mining; IT and computing; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering