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Curtin’s teaching excellence celebrated during the Festival of Learning

Curtin’s outstanding teaching staff have been recognised at the 2018 Curtin Awards for Excellence in Innovation and Teaching (CEIT), including 18 recipients of a prestigious international fellowship.

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Curtin’s teaching excellence celebrated during the Festival of Learning
Curtin awards two Haydn Williams Fellowships for 2019-20

Wednesday 07 Nov 2018By Yasmine Phillips

Curtin awards two Haydn Williams Fellowships for 2019-20

Two international experts – a world leader in nanotechnology and nanomaterials, and a renowned industrial and organisational psychologist – have been awarded the 2019-20 Haydn Williams…

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Study helps solve riddle of Mekong River age and Tibetan plateau formation

Wednesday 07 Nov 2018By Yasmine Phillips

Study helps solve riddle of Mekong River age and Tibetan plateau formation

A Curtin researcher is among an international team that has found evidence the Mekong River was formed mainly by climate and not tectonic forces, as is widely thought.

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Study shows elderly mice with mesothelioma tumours deteriorate faster

Tuesday 06 Nov 2018By Lauren Sydoruk

Study shows elderly mice with mesothelioma tumours deteriorate faster

Mesothelioma tumours in elderly mice grow faster and are more aggressive compared to younger mice, new research led by Curtin University has found.

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Curtin soars to new heights in US global research and reputation ranking

Friday 02 Nov 2018By Yasmine Phillips

Curtin soars to new heights in US global research and reputation ranking

Curtin University has risen 30 places to equal 234th in the world, according to the US News and World Report’s latest global rankings.

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PhD research improving HIV disclosure practices in Malawi

Thursday 01 Nov 2018By Zoe Taylor

PhD research improving HIV disclosure practices in Malawi

Fatch Kalembo is a native Malawian and registered nurse whose PhD research at Curtin is set to dramatically improve HIV disclosure practices to children in Malawi.

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Curtin research finds new technology could transform stormwater treatment

Wednesday 31 Oct 2018By Lucien Wilkinson

Curtin research finds new technology could transform stormwater treatment

Curtin University research has found that a new stormwater treatment device could prevent harmful pollutants from entering waterways and cut recycling and infrastructure costs.

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The sky’s the limit for Curtin planetary scientist elected Fellow

Tuesday 30 Oct 2018By Lucien Wilkinson

The sky’s the limit for Curtin planetary scientist elected Fellow

Curtin University planetary scientist Dr Katarina Miljkovic has been recognised with a prestigious L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship.

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Synchronised telescope dance puts limits on mysterious flashes in the sky

Tuesday 30 Oct 2018By Lucien Wilkinson

Synchronised telescope dance puts limits on mysterious flashes in the sky

Two outback radio telescopes synchronised to observe the same point of sky have discovered more about one of the Universe’s most mysterious events in new research published today.

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Applications to accelerate innovation or new business idea now open

Monday 29 Oct 2018By Yasmine Phillips

Applications to accelerate innovation or new business idea now open

The search is on for tomorrow’s innovators and entrepreneurs to take part in next year’s Curtin Accelerate, a free, 10-week program to develop an invention or a new business idea.

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