Children who watch lots of TV have weaker bones in adulthoodCurtin researchers have found children who spend a lot of time watching television, have poorer and weaker bones in young adulthood which could significantly impact their health in later life.
Drones capture crop height — Student’s project recognised for its implications for the agriculture industry
New research from the WA School of Mines, Curtin University has explored how the use of drones can be used to monitor crop height to determine the best course of disease and pest control.
Deadly mushroom identified in south west
The marbled death cap is thought to have been present, but formally unidentified, in WA's south west for decades.
Expanding the horizons of science
With a new-generation radio telescope and supercomputing might, light from the Epoch of Reionisation and the first stars may soon be in the sights of Curtin astrophysicists and astronomers.
Broome and Beyond
Professor Kingsley Dixon surely is the world’s crusader for the botany of Western Australia’s Kimberley.
Heatwaves on healthcare: the formula for early diagnosis
Dr Le Jian, from Curtin’s School of Public Health, is part of a joint research team exploring the established link between the demands on health services and higher temperatures.
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Robotic Investigation of optical properties of Southern Ocean
Professor David Antoine
Atomic and molecular collision computational modelling
Professor Igor Bray
ARC Training Centre for Mining Restoration
Professor Kingsley Dixon
Exposure to workplace hazards among migrant workers in Australia
Associate Professor Alison Reid
Cellular cross-talk between liver progenitor cells and hepatic stellate cells is required for hepatic fibrogenesis
Dr Nina Tirnitz-Parker