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New Curtin trial shows increased physical activity in retirement villages
Curtin establishes new Dementia Centre of Excellence
Inflammatory arthritis has significant impact on sex life, study finds
Perth hosts forum to inspire next generation of female researchers
Curtin’s high-impact results align with world-class ranked research
Awards honour outstanding young Western Australians
Curtin research finds audio description key to future of television viewing
New global benchmarks confirm Curtin’s world-class research
Curtin commissions significant sculptural installation to honour former Prime Minister John Curtin
3D technology finds tiny medical clues in children’s faces
Curtin builds on city presence with 137 St Georges Terrace opening
New blood cancer study: Burden of Myeloproliferative Neoplasms in Australia revealed
Early palliative care offers no extra benefit for mesothelioma patients
Curtin joins forces with leading French institute for defence research
NASA space architect helps launch Curtin’s Research Rumble
WA science legend leaves behind a remarkable legacy
New ARC-funded research uses new tool to examine world’s oldest rocks
Western Australians urged to comment on voluntary assisted dying
Australia’s Space Capability Testing Launches at Woomera
Chair of Digital Health appointed
Autism Open Day aims to create ‘a better future’ for people on spectrum
WA Governor named Patron of Curtin’s Autism Academy
Digital agriculture focus of new Curtin-Murdoch centre
Curtin study finds whales off WA alter song to stand out from crowd
New Curtin-led traumatic brain injury research secures $50 million
Innovative Esperance producer receives 2019 WA Rural Womens Award
Cisco and Curtin University Launch Global Centre for Intent-Based Networking
Australian tradies exposed to excess noise levels at work, study finds
2019 Premier’s Science Awards open with new award category
Curtin University crater hunters score meteoric hole-in-one
Time between pregnancies plays no part in risk of another stillbirth
Equal share of female managers on the horizon, but next century for CEOs
Curtin start-ups take their sustainability pitches to the global stage
Curtin ranked second in the world for Mineral and Mining Engineering
More than 50% of rural West Australians are volunteers
Curtin receives gender equality honours for the fifth year in a row
Curtin study calls for new mining rules to protect animals in site restorations
WA universities to help shape the future of space technology
‘Just-right tourism’ front and centre at annual global conference
Longest-ever eDNA study offers important insights into ocean health
Study shows increased mental health risk for Malawi children living with HIV
Research finds after-work hobbies key to proactivity in the workplace
Curtin study finds billion-year superocean cycles in Earth’s history
Curtin home to new equipment that unlocks the secrets of the Universe
Curtin study suggests moon rocks sent there from Earth by ancient asteroid
Most Malawi children living with HIV are not aware of their illness
People with boring jobs tend to design dull jobs for their colleagues
Study finds tiny cavities in Banksia trees are nests for native bees