More than eight out of 10 British people who are seeking support for having lost a loved one to COVID-19 reported alarming Post Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms, new Curtin University-led research has found.
Curtin University students have joined forces with industry to help solve sustainability challenges on fast fashion, renewable energy, water management and the circular economy, as part of the Curtin Sustainability Challenge.
Listeners of community radio station, Curtin FM, have once again rallied together to raise more than $145,000 during the station's annual Radiothon. A total of 2,100 donations were received as part of Curtin FM's 46 th fundraiser with all proceeds going towards the running of the station.
Curtin researchers will test a new nano-gel they have created to protect children receiving chemotherapy treatment from the common side effect of hearing loss, as part of a new project with Ear Science Institute Australia and supported by funding from the Channel 7 Telethon Trust.
Curtin University is proud to be leading the way in the State Government's roadmap to decarbonising Western Australia through integrated mineral carbonation, setting the state on a path to a more sustainable future.
BASF, the world's leading chemical company, will once again partner with Curtin University to ignite interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) subjects amongst primary school students from Year 4 - 6 from WA with the latest edition of the popular BASF Kids' Lab program.
Thanks to funding from the Western Australian Future Health Research and Innovation Fund, Ear Science Institute Australia, in collaboration with Curtin University, will address child and youth mental health in Western Australia.
PETRONAS Research Sdn Bhd (PRSB) and Curtin University have entered into a research partnership to jointly address one of the costliest forms of corrosion in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries. In line with both parties' sustainability goals, the collaboration strives to discover innovative solutions for corrosion mitigation to reduce carbon footprint and operational expenditure.
Wooden 'castles' that house families of endangered Western Spiny-tailed Skinks attract feral and native predators, as Curtin researchers use light-detection technology to re-create their habitat in a potential game-changer for global animal conservation.