Perth’s wetland tiger snake populations are contaminated with toxic metals and many are in poor health. We speak with wildlife ecologist Damian Lettoof about what this means for the food chain.
By Craig McKeough | Research | 1 comment
Oil and gas have powered our lives for decades. So what will they do in response to growing demand to mitigate their environmental impacts? Professor Claus Otto and Dr Roberto Aguilera explain.
By Kitty Drok | Engineering; Research | Leave a comment
How would you feel if, after many decades of searching, we finally found signs of extraterrestrial intelligence? We ask Professor Steven Tingay and Dr Chenoa Tremblay.
By Claire Bradshaw | Research; Science and technology; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
The application of big data promises faster and more accurate provisions for health care and for people, says professors Suzanne Robinson and Nick Golding.
By Ana Fountain | Health and medicine; Research | Leave a comment
Repatriating stolen artefacts could reverse some of the “unjust treatment” of the world’s Indigenous peoples, says Dr Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes.
By Daniel Jauk | Arts and culture; Research; Culture, language and Indigenous; Humanities | Leave a comment
Curtin’s Associate Professor Vidy Potdar and Professor Saurav Dutta explain the reasons behind the rollercoaster-like popularity of cryptocurrency.
By Bree Smolinski | Research; Business, management and law; IT and computing | Leave a comment
Remote learning isn’t a new phenomenon – it has been used for centuries – but it wasn’t until recently that the majority of the world’s universities embraced the format.
By Daniel Jauk | Campus and community; Research; Science and technology; IT and computing | Leave a comment
If you’ve been tuning into Curtin’s fortnightly podcast, The Future Of, you’ll be familiar the dulcet tones of our host, David Blayney. But who is he really? We take a dive into learning about the man
By Cahli Samata | Campus and community; Feature | Leave a comment