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Nine out of 10 Aussies have low vitamin D intakes, Curtin study shows

A new Curtin study has found 95 per cent of Australians have low vitamin D intakes, with researchers recommending food sources such as oily fish and eggs.

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Nine out of 10 Aussies have low vitamin D intakes, Curtin study shows
Planting the seed for new soil carbon systems to address climate change

Tuesday 29 Mar 2022By 286333f

Planting the seed for new soil carbon systems to address climate change

The Soil and Landscape Science Group at Curtin will work with an international team to develop next generation soil carbon systems that will seek to address climate change.

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Study finds soil erosion and wildfire another nail in coffin for Triassic era

Monday 21 Mar 2022By Lucien Wilkinson

Study finds soil erosion and wildfire another nail in coffin for Triassic era

Curtin research has revealed that soil erosion and wildfires contributed to a mass extinction event 201 million years ago that ended the Triassic era and paved the way for the rise of…

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New Fulbright scholar seeks to accelerate EV for the resources industry

Monday 14 Mar 2022By 286333f

New Fulbright scholar seeks to accelerate EV for the resources industry

A distinguished American engineer will collaborate with Curtin renewable energy experts to develop a model for electric vehicle charging stations, with a particular focus on the resources sector.…

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Drones and artificial intelligence aid hunt for fallen meteorite in outback WA

Monday 14 Mar 2022By Lucien Wilkinson

Drones and artificial intelligence aid hunt for fallen meteorite in outback WA

Curtin researchers have recovered a freshly fallen meteorite after pinpointing its exact location on the vast Nullarbor Plain in Western Australia, with a new technique that uses a drone and…

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Black holes and helium the focus for Forrest Research Foundation scholars

Thursday 10 Mar 2022By Lucien Wilkinson

Black holes and helium the focus for Forrest Research Foundation scholars

Two Curtin University PhD students have been named prestigious Forrest Research Foundation Scholars.

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University-wide accessibility enhances experiences for students with disability

Wednesday 09 Mar 2022By Lucien Wilkinson

University-wide accessibility enhances experiences for students with disability

New research has shown a universal approach to accessible facilities, course delivery, and disability awareness will enhance participation and success for university students with disability.

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A flash future of X-ray technology could come from a digital camera

Wednesday 02 Mar 2022By 286333f

A flash future of X-ray technology could come from a digital camera

A Curtin University researcher will work with an international team to develop a new technology that will aim to take x-rays using a standard digital camera.

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JobSeeker and Commonwealth Rent Assistance reform urgently needed to lift up to 1 million Australians out of severe poverty

Wednesday 02 Mar 2022By Lucien Wilkinson

JobSeeker and Commonwealth Rent Assistance reform urgently needed to lift up to 1 million Australians out of severe poverty

The ‘Behind the Line: Poverty and disadvantage in Australia 2022’ report has revealed the COVID-19 pandemic has forced housing costs to unmanageable levels.

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Funding boost for footy fans’ healthy habits program

Wednesday 02 Mar 2022By 286333f

Funding boost for footy fans’ healthy habits program

A Curtin-led men’s health program, Aussie Fans in Training, which uses a passion for AFL to keep men active and engaged, will now be able to expand thanks to a $1 million dollar funding…

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