Shortages of lifesaving medicine have long been a problem in Papua New Guinea. Now, Curtin alumnus James Kara has found a way to ensure medication is available when patients need it most.By 281716a | Campus and community
Curtin University of Technology graduate Adrian Murdock has been awarded two of the most prestigious scholarships available in the UK, the Commonwealth Scholarship and the Clarendon Research Scholarship.
With a combined value of $250,000, the scholarships will enable Mr Murdock to study at the University of Oxford for three years while completing a DPhil in Materials. During his studies Mr Murdock will work alongside some of the world’s best scientists in the fast paced field of nanotechnology.By Shaun Ratcliff | Campus and community; Research; Physical sciences and mathematics