Curtin University researchers have found that King’s skink lizards can re-regenerate their tails, which may help them conserve energy and escape predators, potentially improving their survival.
By April Kleer | Research Featured; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Science and Engineering
Curtin University has jumped to a global ranking of 220th in the world, according to the 2019-2020 University Ranking by Academic Performance.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research Featured
A Curtin University mechatronic engineering student has developed an intelligent system capable of reading people’s emotions in real-time, offering potential benefits for a range of industries.
By Yasmine Phillips | Campus and community; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Engineering and mining; Science and Engineering
A book by Curtin researchers about the booming meat alternatives market was recognised at the recent World Book Gourmand Awards.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Research Featured; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Humanities
A new report released today by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) has found that many mature workers across Australia feel excluded in today’s workforce.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Business; Feature; Research; Research Featured; Business, management and law
Migrants to Australia are more vulnerable to hazards in the workplace than Australian-born workers, a Curtin study has revealed.
By Alison Reid and Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Future of Public Health; Health and medicine; Research; Research Featured; Health | Leave a comment
People who are diagnosed with the most common form of asbestos-related lung disease are not at an increased risk of developing lung cancer later in life.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Feature; Health and medicine; Research; Research Featured; Health
Curtin University researchers have found that some job seekers are more likely than others to exaggerate their knowledge when applying for a competitive job.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Business; Research; Research Featured; Business, management and law
Curtin University has been awarded more than $4 million to tackle vitamin D deficiency among Indigenous Australians and investigate early indicators of cognitive impairment in babies.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research Featured; Culture, language and Indigenous; Health