Three leaders in their respective fields – venture capitalist Bill Tai, leading visual arts champion Alan Dodge and pharmacy trailblazer Brian Wall – have been awarded Honorary Doctorates by Curtin.
By Yasmine Phillips | Arts and culture; Business; Campus and community; Education
It’s only a matter of time before we see humans living on Mars, but who’s going to design what’s needed up there?
By Zoe Taylor | Arts and culture; Campus and community; Research; The arts and creative industries | 1 comment
“I hope to give voice to Orkney’s early modern women, who have been marginalised by history, much as they were through life.”
By Zoe Taylor | Arts and culture; Research; Student News; Humanities; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Through data science and multimodal discourse analysis, Curtin researchers are providing valuable insight into how meaning is communicated and reinterpreted through digital networks on a mega-scale.
By Kitty Drok | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Culture, language and Indigenous; Physical sciences and mathematics | 1 comment
Australia is the only English-speaking OECD country in the world that doesn’t require its broadcasters or streaming services to provide audio description. Curtin researchers want to change that.
By Daniel Jauk | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
The economic impact of imported fake goods worldwide is more than US$460 billion, higher than the drug trafficking trade.
By Anita Shore | A decade of impact; Arts and culture; Research; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
Professor John Hartley speaks about his first book, Reading Television, which helped to establish television studies as a field of research.
By Daniel Jauk | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; Humanities; Media and communications | Leave a comment
The Wirlomin Noongar project revitalises and consolidates the memories of a dialect group of Noongar people of the south-west of Western Australia, and communicates them to the wider world.
By Jarrad Long | A decade of impact; Arts and culture; Research; Culture, language and Indigenous | Leave a comment
Curtin University has congratulated Elder-in-Residence Professor Simon Forrest on being named the NAIDOC Perth Male Elder of the Year for 2018.
By Yasmine Phillips | Alumni news; Arts and culture; Campus and community; Research; Culture, language and Indigenous