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ABOUT RESEARCH AT CURTIN
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Step into a future that Curtin research is helping to createIn the excitement of research, discovery and innovation, sometimes we lose sight of the bigger picture. Here is a reminder of why, as a university, we do what we do.
While we can't predict the future, we do know that research at Curtin is working towards making tomorrow better.
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Research giants join forces for hearing impaired in Western Pacific Region
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First black hole ever detected is more massive than we thought
New observations of the first black hole ever detected have led astronomers to question what they know ...