This is a special edition of Cite, celebrating 50 years since the establishment of the Western Australian Institute of Technology.
We talk to Dr Janet Beilby about her investigation into the causes of stuttering, break down the startup gender gap and celebrate the 2016 WA Premier’s Scientist of the Year, Professor Kingsley Dixon.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. In this edition Professor Phil Bland explains how to he tracked a meteorite 20 million years older than the Earth to a lake in outback Australia, and we look at the new initiatives that are helping people with autism integrate more fully into society. We also look at Read More
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. In this edition we talk to Professor Stelarc about the ways in which technology is forcing us to re-evaluate how we perceive ourselves. We also head to the mountains of remote East Malaysia where Curtin researchers are helping bring sustainability to local villages.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. In this edition, we talk to Dr Anne Aly, one of Curtin’s most recognisable researchers, about what can be done to steer youth away from the path to violent, radical extremism and we present the humanitarian work of Curtin’s Go Global program, which sees health students travel to Read More
In this edition we speak to Raoul Marks, the Emmy Award winning Curtin alumnus behind the hypnotising opening sequence for True Detective. We also showcase the remarkable Shared Skies exhibition.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. This issue looks at the technological and societal change occurring both on-campus and around the world. We speak with Professor Linda Selvey from the School of Public Health about the medical relief effort after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines and we discuss Curtin’s strategy to engage with one million learners by 2017.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. In this issue, we welcome home the Herbert Mayer Collection of Carrolup Artwork and talk to Julian Donaldson about how he plans to make the Perth International Arts Festival even bigger and better than before. We also look at the latest research into housing and urban sustainable design.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. How do we continue to keep mature-age women in the workforce? This issue of Cite ponders this important question and looks at how technology has helped a village in Botswana achieve a better quality of life. Carrie Bickmore then tells us how she became an award winning presenter.
Cite is the magazine of Curtin University. Kim Scott is Western Australian of the Year and the Square Kilometre Array radio telescope moves into the pre-construction phase. There’s a lot to discuss in this issue of Cite including the latest thoughts on road safety and new drivers and the work being done on asbestos-related cancer.