The SHRIMP II Introductory Course is for those wishing to use the John de Laeter SHRIMP II ion microbes
By 280943f | Research; Research Events
Patients recovering from life-threatening coronary heart disease who received rehabilitation through WeChat experienced a better recovery than those having standard care.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Health and medicine; Research; Research Featured; Health
This individualised and hands-on three-part short course will focus on furthering understanding of autism and practical strategies to meet the needs of students with autism.
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This event is an excellent networking opportunity and attendance is highly recommended for EFY students and those in later years of Chemical, Petroleum, Geophysics, Mining and Metallurgy.
By Teresa Gumina | Engineering; Research Events
Scientists have discovered how water molecules can be regenerated on asteroids moving through space, in an exciting breakthrough that could extend to other bodies such as the Moon.
By Vanessa Beasley | Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Science and Engineering
Managers who lead initiatives to make work more motivating and engaging for their employees are more likely to achieve better results in the workplace, new research led by Curtin University has found.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Business; Feature; Research; Research Featured; Business, management and law
Curtin University has congratulated respected restoration biologist John Curtin Distinguished Professor Kingsley Dixon on being honoured at the 2019 Australian Native Plant Awards.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Environment; General; Research; Research Featured; Student Featured; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Humanities; Science and Engineering
The search is on for innovators and entrepreneurs to take part in next year’s Curtin Accelerate, a free 10-week program to develop an invention or a new business idea.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Research Featured; Science and Engineering
The big question is no longer whether robots and artificial intelligence will eventually replace us at work, but how and when it will happen.
By Jarrad Long | Business; Business, management and law
Astronomers studying the outskirts of a distant galaxy have discovered the galaxy sits in a serene ocean of gas.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Feature; General; International; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Science and Engineering