Oldest land-plant microfossils in Australia found in WA’s Canning Basin
Collaborative research led by the WA Organic & Isotope Geochemistry Centre at Curtin University has discovered the oldest land-plant microfossils in Australia, after analysing rocks from WA
When discovery and collaboration collide
‘Atomic collision theory’. Its existence and impact is relevant to all humankind, and Curtin's Professor Igor Bray is making invaluable contributions to the field.
Getting to the root of the problem
As food security becomes an acute global problem, research into development of disease resistant crops is paramount. Meet the Curtin professor helping plants to enhance their defence capabilities.
Unhealthy links to Australia’s top food companies
Australia’s top 10 food companies either own or are connected to hundreds of different products, ranging from healthy to unhealthy options, a food map produced by the PHAIWA has found.
Substantial growth in Airbnb supply and demand in WA: new report
The number of Airbnb hosts in Western Australia has increased by more than 50 per cent in the past year to more than 8100 listings, a new report by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC) shows.
Most Australians say alcohol promotion and sport don’t mix: new report
More than seven out of 10 Australian adults want TV ads promoting alcohol to be phased out at times when children are likely to be watching sports broadcasts, a national survey shows.
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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.