Research shows positive or negative attitude impacts illness recoveryThe positive or negative thoughts that people living with chronic illnesses such as cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease have about their illness impacts their recovery, new research shows.
Research and Innovation Week
Immerse yourself in Curtin’s future-focused research at Research and Innovation Week 2017.
Autism Open Day 2017 – Kalgoorlie
This is a complimentary event open to adults and children with autism, their families, and anyone who is interested in autism research.
New breed of capsules create potential for artificial organs and diabetes cureNew research has uncovered a significant advancement in developing better quality nanocapsules – or tiny houses for growing healthy cells, which has the potential to offer new diabetes treatments.
New app maps the prevalence of asbestos in WA homesCurtin University researchers are aiming to map the prevalence of asbestos in homes across Western Australia and help home renovators identify potentially deadly risks with a free new app.
Why Leprechauns Know How Mountains Form
2017 Haydn Williams Fellowship Public Lecture presented by Professor Brendan Murphy
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
The School of Built Environment provides an inspiring and progressive learning space for students studying architectural sciences.Find out more
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.