The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre invites you to the launch of the next report in the Focus on the States series which will examine the future of work in Australia.
By Tania Lambson | General; R&D Now; Research; Business, management and law
Australia’s top 10 food companies either own or are connected to hundreds of different products, ranging from healthy to unhealthy options, a food map produced by the PHAIWA has found.
By Yasmine Phillips | R&D Now; Research; Business, management and law; Health
The number of Airbnb hosts in Western Australia has increased by more than 50 per cent in the past year to more than 8100 listings, a new report by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC) shows.
By Yasmine Phillips | Publications; R&D Now; Research; Business, management and law
More than seven out of 10 Australian adults want TV ads promoting alcohol to be phased out at times when children are likely to be watching sports broadcasts, a national survey shows.
By Yasmine Phillips | Publications; R&D Now; Research; Health
An innovative software shield developed by Curtin University researchers that prevents increasingly common cyber security attacks has been crowned the overall winner in the 2017 Curtinnovation Awards.
By Yasmine Phillips | R&D Now; Research; Business, management and law; Education; Health; IT and computing; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
With a population of more than 40,000 students and staff, Curtin’s Bentley Campus is as busy as a small city. But unlike most cities, Curtin’s surveillance system is so smart it’s off the scale.
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Southern right whale numbers are on the increase with the long-term population monitoring study through Curtin University recording over 200 whales in the Great Australian Bight.
By Carole Kerr | General; R&D Now; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Science and Engineering
Associate Professor Stuart Johnson has discovered that a grain used mainly in animal feed in Australia contains properties that may have the potential to help combat type 2 diabetes mellitus.
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A Curtin-led research team has identified seven unique fish choruses while recording the sounds of fish off the coast of Port Hedland, Western Australia over an 18-month period.
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Predicting earthquakes and finding diamonds could be as simple as measuring helium gas levels in zircon mineral samples, according to Curtin researchers.
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