Benefits of football go beyond physical health
Aussie football is one of the nation’s most beloved sports, but new research by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC) reveals the significant benefits of the game for Indigenous players.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s OSIRIS-REx!
In just a few days, a NASA spacecraft is going to perform a gravitational slingshot around the Earth to rendezvous with the asteroid Bennu … and Australia is being awarded one of the closest views.
Biorobotics in the real world
Biorobotics - the augmentation of the human body with robotics – has gone from interesting idea to real-world science with staggering potential.
New cyber shield takes out Curtinnovation AwardsAn innovative software shield developed by Curtin University researchers that prevents increasingly common cyber security attacks has been crowned the overall winner in the 2017 Curtinnovation Awards.
From smarter science to safer campus
With a population of more than 40,000 students and staff, Curtin’s Bentley Campus is as busy as a small city. But unlike most cities, Curtin's surveillance system is so smart it’s off the scale.
Southern right whale numbers on the rise in the Great Australian BightSouthern right whale numbers are on the increase with the long-term population monitoring study through Curtin University recording over 200 whales in the Great Australian Bight.
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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 1% of universities worldwide and is number 10 in Australia in the highly regarded Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2017.