Two Curtin PhD researchers have designed a modular laboratory made from reused and recycled materials to test the viability of sustainable housing.
By Zoe Taylor | Environment; Research; Research Featured; Sustainable development; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Architecture and construction | Leave a comment
Ready for a career change? Associate Professor Julia Richardson explains how you can best prepare yourself to make a successful career transition.
By Daniel Jauk | Business; Research; Research Featured; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
We spend approximately 4,821 days at work, or 13.2 years of our lives. But don’t be disheartened – Curtin researchers are designing ways to help you thrive in your workplace.
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Dr Syaifullah Muhammad is a chemical engineering alumnus who has developed an innovative technology to extract high-quality patchouli oil from the patchouli plant.
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Two Curtin commerce students were accepted into Stanford University’s exclusive Silicon Valley Innovation Academy, where they devised a real solution to a global problem.
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Curtin researchers are examining how ageing impairs the immune system’s ability to fight cancer. They are also exploring novel immunotherapies that could help treat cancer in elderly patients.
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Fatch Kalembo is a native Malawian and registered nurse whose PhD research at Curtin is set to dramatically improve HIV disclosure practices to children in Malawi.
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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
A top-notch international research collaboration looks set to deliver the best progress in more than a century in diagnostics and interventions for cerebral palsy.
By Karen Green | Health and medicine; Research; Health | Leave a comment
The next time you ask for a home loan, a robot rather than a bank manager may make the decision.
By Anita Shore | Business; Research; Research Featured; Business, management and law; IT and computing | Leave a comment