Workers can wirelessly operate the Roborigger to position, orient and release loads at a safe distance.
By Daniel Jauk | Engineering; Research; Science and technology; Engineering and mining; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Famous Australian teacher Eddie Woo shows educators at Curtin how to help children overcome their fear of maths.
By Anita Shore | Campus and community; Feature; General; Education | Leave a comment
Curtin researchers have designed a novel tool for farmers that’s helping simplify the highly complex economics of grain harvesting and distribution.
By Kitty Drok | Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Physical sciences and mathematics | Leave a comment
Professor Ryan Loxton, Dr Elham Mardaneh and Dr Qun Lin are solving optimisation problems that overwhelm even high performance computers.
By Karen Green | A decade of impact; Research; Science and technology; Physical sciences and mathematics | Leave a comment
Professor Mark Harris’s skill in developing and applying mathematical, econometric models across health economics has seen him awarded the title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor.
By Curtin University | Business; Research; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
Can computers become better judges of financial risk than human bank tellers? Some computer scientists and data analysts certainly think so.
By Saurav Dutta | Research; Business, management and law; IT and computing | Leave a comment
Proving the old adage that learning never stops is true, 26 chemistry teachers from all over the state descended on Curtin University of Technology recently to update their chemistry concepts.
By Shaun Ratcliff | Campus and community; Education; Physical sciences and mathematics