Curtin alumnus Michael Casey has carved himself a diverse career in journalism, and is now a leading expert on all things blockchain.
By Zoe Taylor | Alumni news; IT and computing; Media and communications; Social sciences | Leave a comment
Entrepreneurship graduates Grant Derepas and Simon Anderson transformed their app idea, Notis, into a thriving business in Australia and the US.
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Imagine a future where you could type with your mind or wear glasses that overlay a virtual world onto the real-world. This future could soon be here, thanks to Facebook.
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A Neurodiversity Hub that will focus on promoting employment opportunities for students with autism, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression will be established in Perth.
By Yasmine Phillips | Engineering; Health and medicine; Research; Engineering and mining; Health; IT and computing
A 17-year-old Perth high school student on the autism spectrum has passed an international software testing exam meant for IT professionals.
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Perth high school students learned how to program chatbots and develop their interpersonal skills at an industry-led summer program.
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Two of Curtin University’s vital health research data networks have been certified to a globally recognised information security management standard.
By Yasmine Phillips | Health and medicine; Research; Science and technology; Health; IT and computing
Professionals from any field who want to capitalise on the digital revolution will now have the opportunity to do so through Curtin University’s new MicroMasters in the Internet of Things (IoT).
By Lauren Sydoruk | Campus and community; General; Education; Internet Communications
Anyone interested in social media will now be able to learn how it became an integral part of society through Curtin University’s latest Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), How Media Got Social.
By Lauren Sydoruk | General; Education; Humanities; Internet Communications