Curtin welcomes first medical studentsCurtin University today welcomed its first cohort of 60 domestic undergraduate Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery students at the official opening of the Curtin Medical School.
HMAS Sydney film wins international 3D film-making award
A 3D video experience featuring extraordinary underwater images of two historic shipwrecks obtained by Curtin University and the WA Museum has won international recognition.
New laser tool reveals helium secrets
Curtin researchers have for the first time been able to visualise helium atoms in individual mineral grains, helping to determine the geological history of the Earth's crust and track natural hazards.
That sinking feeling
Scientists fear that polar ice sheets are on the brink of collapse from the effects of human-induced global warming. Which one of the planet’s three major ice sheets will be the first to go?
Fighting bacteria one spot at a time
A novel blood assaying technique requiring only a tiny sample of dried blood could revolutionise patient care in remote locations such as the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Hands up: new research to rouse volunteers
Almost two-thirds of Australians will go an entire year without volunteering any time to not-for-profit organisations and causes. So how to convince people to put their hands up?
Australia Asia-Pacific Institute
The Australia Asia-Pacific Institute conducts research across a range of socio-economic, economic, political and environmental issues which provides collaborative, cross-disciplinary outcomes.Find out more about the AAPI
School of Built Environment
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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
Curtin is ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide and is number 10 in Australia in the highly regarded Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2016.