Thursday 22 August 2019
Curtin is helping to boost Australia’s space exploration with the construction and launch of it’s very own ‘pocket-sized’ satellite.
By Zoe Taylor |
Engineering; Feature; Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Monday 10 April 2017
Curtin researcher and award-winning teacher Dr Jonathan Paxman talks about hunting meteorites, the birth of the Curtin choir, Rhythmos, and the importance of involving kids in science.
By Yvette Tulloch |
Campus and community; General; Engineering and mining; Science and Engineering
Tuesday 31 January 2012
Three Curtin University students have placed fourth in the world in the iNexus international robotics competition, recently held at Techfest 2012, in India.
By Andrea Barnard |
Campus and community; Engineering and mining; IT and computing | Leave a comment
Tuesday 29 November 2011
While the luxury of mechanical helpers around the home is a ways off, Curtin’s annual Robofair shows how robots still play a major, if slightly less obvious, role in 21st century life.
By Sam Jeremic |
Campus and community; Engineering and mining | Leave a comment
Tuesday 20 October 2009
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