Curtin students have developed a pedestrian-centric design concept to revitalise an inner-city, waterfront site in Wuhan, China. The team ranked in the top 10 in the competition, out of more than 100.By Daniel Jauk | Campus and community; Kiosk; Architecture and construction; Humanities | Leave a comment
National Science Week at Curtin University will capture the basic elements of science in an open photography competition that offers the chance to win one of five iPad Minis.By Megan Meates | Campus and community; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Engineering and mining; Physical sciences and mathematics; The arts and creative industries
A Curtin University student has won the top prize in the 2012 Australian Universities Crops Competition, taking her agricultural knowledge out of the lecture theatre and applying it in the paddock. Third year agribusiness student Helen Duncan of Ravensthorpe was awarded the most successful individual student prize, while third year agribusiness student Andrew Reynolds of Read MoreBy Megan Meates | Campus and community; Agriculture, environment and sustainability
This December, Curtin University of Technology students will host the inaugural Australian stage of the international robotics competition, iNexus.
Held at Curtin’s Bentley Campus, this competition is an opportunity for students to build their own robots to contend against other teams from across Australia, with the winners going on to compete against the world’s best in India.By Shaun Ratcliff | Campus and community; Physical sciences and mathematics