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While we can't predict the future, we do know that research at Curtin is working towards making tomorrow better.
Study finds pretty plants hog research and conservation limelight
New Curtin University research has found a ‘beauty bias’ may be holding science back. The study revealed ...
World-leading Professor appointed first Curtin enAble Institute Director
World-leading researcher and scientist Professor Bronwyn Myers has been appointed the foundation Director of Curtin’s enAble Institute.
Study of marine noise highlights need to protect pristine Australian waters
New Curtin research has found urgent action is needed to ensure man-made underwater noise in Australian waters ...
Radar satellites can better protect against bushfires and floods
New research led by Curtin University has revealed how radar satellites can improve the ability to detect, ...
Outback radio telescope discovers dense, spinning, dead star
Astronomers have discovered a pulsar—a dense and rapidly spinning neutron star sending radio waves into the cosmos—using ...