Curtin researchers have also discovered that an odourless aged extract of the root vegetable may help reduce the risk of developing, and even reverse the effects of, Alzheimer’s disease.
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Chronic wounds represent a silent epidemic, affecting 433,000 Australians at any time. Curtin researchers have played a pivotal role in preventing and managing chronic wounds in Australia.
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An Australian research collaboration is investigating whether gaming hardware and software can help with the diagnosis and recovery of lateropulsion in stroke patients.
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Curtin PhD student Danica Hendry is developing a new, automated recognition system that can analyse the performance of professional athletes and dancers better than current activity trackers.
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Researchers from Curtin University, the University of Wollongong and Sanitarium have developed the first staple food made almost entirely from red sorghum whole grains.
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Aussie Optimism is a universal, school-based program that equips children with skills and abilities to approach and manage life’s challenges with positivity.
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A free, online treatment program developed by Curtin researchers is seeking to help young people with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
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Professor Christopher Reid’s research into how to identify, prevent and manage cardiovascular and chronic disease risk factors has seen him awarded the title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor.
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A month aboard the Nippon Maru was a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ for Jordina Quain.
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Jessica Ramsay’s dream of making a difference to the lives of others is coming true through her role in guiding the treatment of drug-resistant superbugs as part of Doctors Without Borders.
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