A unique exhibition will open at the John Curtin Gallery on 17 November.
By Arianne Chavez | Campus and community | Leave a comment
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
Curtin students and academics will assist in commercialising a new voice controller, which is already helping older Australians and Australians with a disability.
By Daniel Jauk | Research | Leave a comment
“Sometimes I was the only woman seated in the conference room.”
By Annelies Gartner | Alumni news | Leave a comment
Perth’s wetland tiger snake populations are contaminated with toxic metals and many are in poor health. We speak with wildlife ecologist Damian Lettoof about what this means for the food chain.
By Craig McKeough | Research | 1 comment
Curtin economics research has delivered an innovative road map to diversify Western Australia’s regional industries beyond just mining.
By Zoe Taylor | Business; Business at Curtin; Research; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
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
Oil and gas have powered our lives for decades. So what will they do in response to growing demand to mitigate their environmental impacts? Professor Claus Otto and Dr Roberto Aguilera explain.
By Kitty Drok | Engineering; Research | Leave a comment
A Curtin research group dedicated to empowering neglected consumers is helping service providers drive continuous improvement in their organisations.
By Karen Green | Business; Business at Curtin; Research; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
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.
By Claire Bradshaw | Research; Science and technology; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment