Thursday 30 June 2022
Dandjoo Darbalung provides culturally-relevant support to Indigenous Australians to help them achieve their education goals.
By Zoe Taylor |
Campus and community; Student News | Leave a comment
Friday 3 November 2017
Science educator and Curtin Lifetime Achievement Award winner Dr Susan Barkdoll reflects on 30 years of teaching, from kindergarten to university level in San Bernardino, California.
By Dr Susan Barkdoll |
Alumni news; Education; Humanities; Science and Engineering | 1 comment
Monday 18 September 2017
Alice and Bob’s quest to answer the big questions in The Cosmic Adventures of Alice & Bob is sure to inspire kids all over Australia.
By Nick Brant |
Campus and community; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Friday 22 August 2014
Curtin University took out both the Woodside Early Career Scientist of the Year and the ExxonMobil Student Scientist of the Year categories in last night’s 2014 Premier’s Science Awards.
By Vicki Brett |
Feature; General; Research; Engineering and mining; IT and computing; Physical sciences and mathematics | Leave a comment
Thursday 26 June 2014
Two Curtin University researchers have been featured on the esteemed Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers list 2014
By Courtney Schuur |
Feature; Research; Engineering and mining | 1 comment
Monday 20 January 2014
We’re holding an information session on the Bachelor of Science (Multidisciplinary Science) and Enabling Course in Science, Engineering and Health.
By Jarrad Long |
Future students; Engineering and mining; Physical sciences and mathematics | Leave a comment
Monday 2 December 2013
Dr Miller-Jones has just won a WA Tall Poppy Award for 2013. Find out why he was awarded for his work on astronomical mysteries.
By Marisa Wikramanayake |
Feature; Research; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering | 1 comment
Thursday 22 August 2013
A close-up, underwater view of jellyfish, a lone kitesurfer silhouetted on Cottesloe Beach and an early morning glimpse of station life captured the attention of judges, when the winners of Curtin University’s National Science Week photography competition were announced this week.
By Simon White |
Campus and community; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Engineering and mining; Physical sciences and mathematics
Friday 16 August 2013
New research involving Curtin University suggests the Southern Hemisphere began to shake off the last ice age independent of the Northern Hemisphere.
By Megan Meates |
Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Physical sciences and mathematics
Friday 12 October 2012
Curtin University astronomer Steven Tingay has been named the inaugural Science Ambassador of the Year at the 2012 WA Science Awards. Professor Tingay, Director of the Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy and Deputy Director of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR), has been awarded for his key role in communicating the significance of
Read More By Megan Meates |
Research; Physical sciences and mathematics