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Strength exercises could help older adults get back on their feet, study finds
Space missions launch, land and arrive in time for new Curtin space centre
Curtin research boosted by $8.9 million in ARC grants
Priority actions recommended to address HIV in Australia
Curtin Indigenous scholars visit world’s top universities
Six Curtin scientists named among world’s most influential on 2018 list
Bankwest and Curtin extend partnership for economic research centre
Intense fires threaten conservation-significant trapdoor spider
University a pathway to meaningful lives for people seeking asylum
Research uncovers tips for business success in changing workforce
Study finds alcohol advertising rules may fail to protect Australian kids
Unique Indigenous native seed farm to help meet supply challenges
Study helps solve riddle of Mekong River age and Tibetan plateau formation
Study shows elderly mice with mesothelioma tumours deteriorate faster
Curtin soars to new heights in US global research and reputation ranking
Synchronised telescope dance puts limits on mysterious flashes in the sky
Curtin rises to world’s top 250 in latest global research ranking
Two Curtin world-leading researchers named Academy Fellows
Curtin’s MBA receives EPAS accreditation for a further three years
Research finds savvy savers are less likely to become impulsive spenders
The Kerry M Stokes Chair of Child Health announced
Hidden cameras reveal Rottnest Island bobtails under attack by ravens
FIFO work impacts the stress levels of pregnant partners, research finds
Early sport activity linked to stronger bones in young adults, study finds
Moon helps reveal secrets of the Universe
Curtin scientists unearth rare mineral from buried WA impact crater
Income and wealth affect the mental health of Australians, study shows
New scholarships to train the next generation of Indigenous psychologists
Pippin Drysdale and Warrick Palmateer together at the John Curtin Gallery
Curtin expands global reach with new online Master of Marketing via edX
Majority of WA adults support introduction of minimum price on alcohol
Rental uncertainty and affordability problematic for private renters
ASEAN lecture marks 10-year anniversary for Curtin Singapore
Curtin climbs in 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings
Neutron Star Jets Shoot Down Theory
Research shows young adults aren’t using e-cigarettes to quit smoking
Curtin research finds smarter way to harvest solar energy for clean fuels
Curtin rises to world’s top 100 universities for sport science
Volunteers mark 20th year of John Curtin Weekend
Regional women the focus of new education partnership
Study shows adult kids who get parental cash aren’t happier or healthier
Shared traffic zones may pose potential barrier to people with disabilities
More young WA men requiring ambulances for alcohol than women
Autism Open Day showcases the talents of people living on the spectrum
Designing the interior of Mars habitats
Measuring leakage through the blood-brain barrier
Becoming Martian: Curtin graduate could become one of the first humans to live on Mars
Mixing art with human rights