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RESEARCH RUMBLE POSTPONED

Please be advised that Curtin University has decided to postpone Research Rumble 2020.

We have made this decision in light of the increasing spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, advice from several speakers that they are now unable to travel to Perth, and the recent announcement by the Prime Minister regarding the need to reconsider large, non-essential events.

We are disappointed this has been necessary, but believe it is the most responsible course of action.

We hope to reschedule Research Rumble later in the year.

Postponed Research Rumble events:

  • Atoms to Asteroids: The Role of the Analytical Laboratory
  • Autism Open Day
  • Barriers and Opportunities: The future of women in STEM in Australia
  • Capti-vate your students: How Great captions transform teaching and learning
  • Curtin Research Institutes – Poster Display
  • Ethical Mindsets
  • Exhibition: creative works and digital narratives by Curtin research students
  • Girls in STEM
  • How to weigh the universe: building the engines of discovery in radio astronomy
  • Impact Beyond the Night Sky: a VR experience
  • Mark Liveris Research Student Seminar
  • Molecules to save endangered species
  • Pitch Perfect: Curtin Innovation Start-ups
  • Plan a life, not a career: how to get ahead of the game
  • Speaker Series: Building Healthier Cities
  • Sustainable neighbourhoods: Curtin’s ‘Legacy Living Lab’
  • The Dark Side of Digital
  • The Future of VR series – VR in Economics
  • The Future of VR series – VR in Education
  • The Future of VR series – VR in Health Sciences
  • The Future of VR series – VR in Maritime Archaeology
  • The Future of VR series – VR in Planetary Exploration
  • The transformative power of storytelling
  • Transformation Conversations
  • War, Art and Visual Culture: Perth
  • Will robots steal my job?

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