Predicting earthquakes and finding diamonds could be as simple as measuring helium gas levels in zircon mineral samples, according to Curtin researchers.
By Daniel Jauk | Feature; R&D Now; Research; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
A Curtin University physicist has been awarded a Future Fellowship to continue his work investigating atomic collisions, in particular improving the energy efficiency of fluorescent light sources.
By Teresa Belcher | Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Physical sciences and mathematics
Curtin University of Technology’s Professor Igor Bray has been shortlisted for the most prestigious award for scientists in Western Australia.
By Shaun Ratcliff | Campus and community; Physical sciences and mathematics