Together, Innovation Central Perth and the WA Police Force are developing an app that will make it easier to capture offenders’ identifying marks, such as tattoos, piercings and scars.
By Bree Smolinski | Campus and community; Research; Science and technology; Student News
Western Australia’s homegrown spacecraft, Binar-1, is flying – shot into Low Earth Orbit from the International Space Station.
By Vanessa Beasley | Research; Research Featured; Science and technology
New Curtin research has shed light on why people adopt social norms or conventions by employing mathematical modelling of human behaviours and decision-making.
By Vanessa Beasley | Science and technology
Researchers from Curtin Institute for Computation will use the latest in data science to develop an automated fish detection and counting solution offering exciting economic and ecological benefits.
By 286333f | Research; Research Featured; Science and technology
The practice of parents sharing content of their kids online is so common, it’s spawned its own term, ‘sharenting’. But before you post your next photo, consider the effect it can have on your child.
By Bree Smolinski | Arts and culture; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology
Three Curtin University researchers have been recognised in the Western Australian Young Tall Poppy Science Awards.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Achievements in STEMM; Business; General; Health and medicine; Research; Science and technology
A Curtin research team will work to bring leading broadband fibre optic acoustic sensing technology to the Australian oil and gas, mining and environmental monitoring industries.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Science and technology
A year after a bulk carrier ran aground in an environmentally sensitive area off Mauritius, Curtin-led research has identified the incident as the first known spillage involving a new marine fuel oil.
By Lucien Wilkinson | Environment; General; International; Research; Science and technology
Curtin scientists that studied an ancient supervolcano in Indonesia and found such volcanoes remain active and hazardous for thousands of years after a super-eruption.
By Lucien Wilkinson | General; Research; Science and technology
How would you feel if, after many decades of searching, we finally found signs of extraterrestrial intelligence? We ask Professor Steven Tingay and Dr Chenoa Tremblay.
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