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Curtin student named Forrest Research Foundation Scholar
A Curtin University PhD student whose research aims to contribute toward improving outcomes for patients living with malignant melanoma has been awarded a prestigious Forrest Research Foundation Scholarship.Find out more
Curtin study finds strength-based coding clubs benefit autistic teenagers
Autistic teenagers who participate in computer coding clubs that utilise their skill strengths show improved confidence and self-esteem, health and well being, and social relationships, which can help lead to meaningful employment, new Curtin University research has found.Find out more
Curtin partners in two national research initiatives awarded $70 million
Curtin University researchers will play significant roles in two major Cooperative Research Centre projects, Future Energy Exports (FEnEx-CRC) and Transformations in Mining Economies (CRC-TiME), today awarded $40 million and $30 million respectively in Federal Government funding.Find out more
Curtin unveils new sculpture to honour former Prime Minister John Curtin
A new sculpture commemorating Australia’s war time Prime Minister John Curtin has been installed at Curtin University’s Perth Campus. The artwork was designed and built by acclaimed British sculptor Walter Jack.Find out more
Engineering better Australian roads
Curtin grad and construction engineer Verity Williams was recently honoured with the Young Professionals Award by Roads Australia for demonstrating ‘promise, passion and pursuit’.Find out more
Always looking up: succeeding in business, teaching and disability advocacy
Polio hit Naprey Almario when he was eight years old – paralysing him from the waist down – but it never stopped him looking out for opportunities. After gaining a master degree at Curtin, he now runs two businesses in his home country of the Philippines.Find out more
Curtin students offer advice and support to business and the community
Not-for-profit organisations, social enterprises, small businesses and start-ups can now receive advice and support from students at Curtin Business School and Curtin Law School, with the launch of the innovative new Curtin Link service.Find out more
Astronomers detect biggest explosion in the history of the Universe
Scientists studying a distant galaxy cluster have discovered the biggest explosion seen in the Universe since the Big Bang. The blast came from a supermassive black hole at the centre of a galaxy hundreds of millions of light-years away.Find out more
Curtin remains second in world for Mineral and Mining Engineering
Curtin University has again been named the world’s second-ranked university and number one in Australia for Mineral and Mining Engineering in the 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject.Find out more
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