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New Head of School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science commences
Exmouth Gulf: a global hotspot for sea snakes
Exmouth gulf home to secret whale nursery
Work starts at CO2CRC’s Otway National CCS Research Facility Stage 3 Project
Innovative Curtin-led medical start-up takes important step forward
Curtin virtual reality research opens up new worlds at XR:WA
Solar power system that works at night a renewable energy game-changer
Scholarships named in honour of Meng Fei launched in China
Jon Sanders’ 11th world voyage to help measure ocean pollution
State-first program to accelerate digital health in WA
Tiny nanocrystals create ‘brighter’ future for TV viewers, study finds
New program seeks to improve employment outcomes for refugee women
Curtin to test ‘mini’ satellite in orbit with European Space Agency
New interim leadership team for Art Gallery of Western Australia
E-cigarette users at greater risk of turning to traditional smoking
New global ranking results place 24 Curtin subjects in Australia’s top 10
Exercise after surgery is important for lung cancer surgery recovery
Curtin ranked among Australia’s top eight universities in Nature Index
McGowan Government supporting WA’s elite national hockey program
Latest QS world rankings show Curtin’s global standing continues to rise
Curtin researchers discover new nerve pathway in body
Physically demanding jobs linked to poor health in delayed retirement
UniSA and Balaklava High School collaborate on solar car initiative
Businesses encouraged to foster inclusive and diverse workplaces
Defence Science Centre for WA
Resources projects hoping to win gold
John Curtin Gallery – Christian Thompson: Ritual Intimacy
Farmers to benefit from conducting their own agricultural research
Allens advises InfraRed Capital on Curtin University’s campus vision
Curtin research finds soil carbon key to combatting climate change
Housing stress easing for home owners but still an issue for renters
Volcanic eruption witnessed by Homo sapiens from pre-historic times
Study finds red meat as part of a healthy diet linked to reduced risk of MS
Australian organisations unite to support Uluru Statement from Heart
Gold-coated fungi are new gold diggers
New ARCSHS Director appointed
Mine safety and lightning strikes focus of Curtin’s Fulbright Scholars
New report finds valued volunteers stay longer
Curtin ranked among world’s top 300 in latest global university rankings
World Solar Challenge to test new energy strategy for solar industry
Curtin planetary scientist unravels mystery of Egyptian desert glass
Congratulations nurses and midwives
New report finds alcohol advertising is impossible to escape for Aussie kids
Kimberley after-hours nurse manager wins 2019 Nurse of Year
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