“My advice to PhD students is to think like an entrepreneur. When you look at your research, ask yourself why you are doing it and what impact it’s going to make.”
By Zoe Taylor | Achievements in STEMM; Alumni news; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Business, management and law; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
A Curtin research graduate has launched a clever app that helps you to reduce your carbon footprint and utility bills.
By Zoe Taylor | Achievements in STEMM; Alumni news; Feature; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
Curtin University has been named among Australia’s best 20 workplaces for new dads – ranked at number 16 in the country and 2nd in Western Australia.
By Vanessa Beasley | Achievements in STEMM; Campus and community; Feature; General
Hundreds of budding primary school-aged scientists will get a glimpse into their future careers by carrying out their own hands-on experiments at the annual BASF Kids’ Lab held at Curtin University.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Achievements in STEMM; General; Science and Engineering
A second-year Curtin University student has been awarded the Peter Fillery Best Undergraduate Tertiary Student Project of the Year at the WAITTA INCITE Awards.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Achievements in STEMM; General; Health; Science and Engineering
Women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields are facing barriers that require attitude changes and additional support.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Achievements in STEMM; Business; Research; Research Featured; Business, management and law
Curtin University has announced respected mining executive Sabina Shugg as the new Director of its Western Australian School of Mines in Kalgoorlie.
By Yasmine Phillips | Achievements in STEMM; Alumni news; Campus and community; Engineering; Future students; Science and technology; Engineering and mining
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
Hundreds of budding female scientists from secondary schools across Western Australia will be given a glimpse into their future careers as part of the first Girls in Science Forum to be held in Perth.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Achievements in STEMM; Future students; General; Health and medicine; Research; Research Events; Science and technology; Health; Science and Engineering
The Federal Government has awarded a Curtin University-led research mission $50 million over the next 10 years to help improve the lives of people with traumatic brain injuries of all severities.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Achievements in STEMM; Health and medicine; Research; Health