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Innovation - Dec 5, 2022
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A budding foreign policy strategist and aspiring international prosecutor are among the Curtin students to be awarded prestigious New Colombo Plan scholarships for 2023. Curtin Bachelor of Laws and Arts (International Relations) student Annabel Biscotto will complete her final year at the National University of Singapore and undertake an Interpol internship.

Career - Dec 1, 2022

Curtin University has launched its new Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, which embeds universal design across the delivery of education, employment and facilities to all students, staff and visitors.

Health - Nov 28, 2022

A Curtin medical school graduate is bound for Oxford University in the UK after winning a prestigious 'Australia at Large' Rhodes Scholarship to study the use of digital technology to improve health services in rural and remote areas of Australia.

Health - Nov 23, 2022

New Curtin University-led research has found women who choose to conceive within three months after a miscarriage or induced abortion were no more likely to suffer pregnancy complications in their next pregnancy.

Health - Nov 22, 2022

Launched in partnership with Curtin University, the new Perth Pollen Count and Forecast Service will provide real-time environmental allergic and respiratory data for the metropolitan Perth community. The Perth Pollen Count and Forecast Service , also known as Perth Pollen , was launched today in partnership with Curtin University to help Western Australians get a handle on hay fever season.

Event - Nov 19, 2022

On the 81 anniversary of the sinking of the Australian warship HMAS Sydney (II) and the disguised German raider HSK Kormoran following a battle off the coast of Western Australia during WWII, Curtin University has revealed a new large-scale 3D reconstruction from the wreck sites.

Health - Nov 15, 2022

A major study has shown that healthcare and social assistance workers are twice as likely to file a workplace compensation claim for psychological injuries, compared to a similar data-set of workers in all non-healthcare industries, including construction, retail and law-enforcement services.

Life Sciences - Oct 31, 2022

A new native bee species with a dog-like "snout" has been discovered in Perth bushland though Curtin-led research that sheds new light on our most important pollinators.

Career - Nov 28, 2022

A new Curtin-led report has found that Australian mining companies have a stronger focus on the physical health and safety of employees compared to employee mental health and well-being, followed by a respectful workplace culture.

Computer Science - Nov 25, 2022

Western Australian school students can be recruited as the cybersecurity workforce of the future as part of a Curtin-led cybersecurity program, which has been supported by the Federal Government. Announced today by The Hon Ed Husic, the Cyber Security Education and Training Program (CyberSET) will receive $468,000 in funding as part of the Cyber Security Skills Partnership Innovation Fund.

Social Sciences - Nov 23, 2022

An international search for works created by Australian First Nations children of the Stolen Generations has unearthed a historic piece drawn by a 13-year-old Noongar boy more than 70 years ago.

Environment - Nov 21, 2022

Nine years after a six-tonne asteroid crashed through the Earth's atmosphere over South Australia, researchers have used a combination of defence satellites, weather radars and drones to locate the largest meteorite-strewn area in Australia since the Murchison meteorite fall in 1969.

Astronomy - Nov 18, 2022

A Curtin University astrophysicist whose research investigates how stars are destroyed by supermassive black holes has been named a Superstar of STEM.

Health - Nov 7, 2022

A ground-breaking Curtin-led research project that discovered a possible cause of Alzheimer's disease has been crowned the overall winner at the 2022 Curtinnovation Awards.

Sport - Oct 28, 2022

Fremantle Dockers footballer Andrew Brayshaw, who is studying a Bachelor of Commerce at Curtin University, and Kaitlin Nobbs, who is studying a Bachelor of Science – Nursing, were crowned Sport Stars of the Year at the Curtin Sport Awards held last night.




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