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Curtin students named prestigious New Colombo Plan scholars

Four Curtin University students will help contribute to Australia’s re-engagement with the Indo-Pacific with the planned reopening of international borders and travel in 2022.

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Curtin students named prestigious New Colombo Plan scholars
New Curtin research network tackles growing issue of extremism

Monday 06 Dec 2021By Lucien Wilkinson

New Curtin research network tackles growing issue of extremism

Understanding and responding to the challenge of cultural extremism is the focus of the new Curtin Extremism Research Network (CERN).

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Researchers apply social science methods to coral reef research

Tuesday 30 Nov 2021By University of New South Wales

Researchers apply social science methods to coral reef research

Researchers at Curtin and UNSW have co-created a complex system model that is being used to understand coral reefs, bringing a social science approach to the natural world.

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Study suggests Sun is likely an unaccounted source of the Earth’s water

Tuesday 30 Nov 2021By Lucien Wilkinson

Study suggests Sun is likely an unaccounted source of the Earth’s water

Curtin University researchers have helped unravel the enduring mystery of the origins of the Earth’s water, finding the Sun to be a surprising likely source.

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New alliance to transform health care delivery in country WA

Tuesday 23 Nov 2021By 286333f

New alliance to transform health care delivery in country WA

WA Country Health Service (WACHS) and Curtin University have joined forces to transform the way healthcare is delivered for people living in rural, remote and regional Western Australia.

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Closing cultural gaps may reduce risk for sick children

Tuesday 23 Nov 2021By 286333f

Closing cultural gaps may reduce risk for sick children

A new Curtin study has found that there is an urgent need to develop and implement strategies to empower Aboriginal families to identify deteriorating health in their child and alert…

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Pandemic increases loneliness among Australians with adverse health outcomes costing up to $2.7 billion per year

Friday 19 Nov 2021By Lucien Wilkinson

Pandemic increases loneliness among Australians with adverse health outcomes costing up to $2.7 billion per year

Released today by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, the ‘Stronger Together: Loneliness and social connectedness in Australia’ report has revealed the economic cost of loneliness in…

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Snakes more likely to inbreed and lose ability to adapt due to urbanisation

Monday 01 Nov 2021By Lucien Wilkinson

Snakes more likely to inbreed and lose ability to adapt due to urbanisation

Curtin University research has found that isolated Perth tiger snake populations, such as those surrounded by urban development or seawater, are more likely to resort to inbreeding.

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Three things to know when planning your next career move

Monday 01 Nov 2021By Daniel Jauk

Three things to know when planning your next career move

Ready for a career change? Associate Professor Julia Richardson explains how you can best prepare yourself to make a successful career transition.

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New Curtin study solves energy storage and supply puzzle

Thursday 28 Oct 2021By Lucien Wilkinson

New Curtin study solves energy storage and supply puzzle

Curtin University research has found a simple and affordable method to determine which chemicals and types of metals are best used to store and supply energy.

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