This is the place where ideas spark change. Where the imagination is a gateway to future possibilities. Our Faculty of Science and Engineering is the powerhouse of research at Curtin, instilling a strong reputation in WA and engaging with industry at every step.
Providing education at four overseas campuses, students experience unique and diverse work placements where studies can be applied to real challenges. The sophisticated, stimulating and creative learning facilities offer problem-solving opportunities, group collaboration and the chance to share ideas with industry professionals.
What’s happening in Science and Engineering
Looking to upskill in the technology and management of cyber security? This accelerated program prepares you for a career in one of the most important emerging industries in the world.
Artificial Intelligence explores creating computer programs that learn to make decisions, reason about data and communicate with humans. Learn more about this accelerated program.
With unprecedented amounts of data stored on computers by citizens, businesses and government organisations, cyber security and AI are increasingly important in today’s society.
A ‘beauty bias’ may be holding science back, with a tendency for colourful and visually striking plants to be chosen for scientific study, which benefit from subsequent conservation efforts.
New Curtin research has found urgent action is needed to ensure human-generated underwater noise in Australian waters does not escalate to levels which could be harmful to marine animals.
The Black Summer fires that ravaged Australia last year were a brutal wake-up call to rethink the management of extreme weather events and what it means to coexist with the Australian bush.
Astronomers have discovered a pulsar – a dense and rapidly spinning neutron star sending radio waves into the cosmos – using a low-frequency radio telescope in outback Australia.
Hosted by the Young Alumni Advisory Board, this series explores a range of new and exciting topics, while creating a community of sharing opportunities for graduates aged 35 and under.
Delve into trending and topical issues during each episode of Curtin’s podcast series, from self-injury recovery, to cryptocurrency, to gender diversity – there’s something for everyone!
How you can help
Academic Excellence Fund
Give Science and Engineering students a well-rounded and unforgettable student experience enriched by mentoring programs, internships, research, workshops and seminars, and engagement opportunities with government, corporates and not-for-profit organisations.
Join Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Jeremy Kilburn in supporting the Fund today.