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
WASMA’s highly successful 2021 Mentoring Program is coming to an end. Join us in celebrating with our participants as well as the broader WASMA community at a networking event.
BASF, the world’s leading chemical company is giving Kalgoorlie primary school students from Year 4 – 6 the opportunity to be scientists for a day.
Curtin researchers are finalists in the 2021 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes for their innovative research into strategies to assure the endurance and performance of the Navy’s submarines.
Curtin research has identified a new, cheaper and more efficient electrocatalyst to make green hydrogen open new avenues for large-scale clean energy production.
We have lift off – with the launch of Western Australia’s first homegrown spacecraft from the Kennedy Space Centre in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
What’s the holdup with energy utilities transitioning from coal-fired power to clean energy? Energy experts provide first-hand insights.
What’s the likelihood of a mass extinction event happening in our lifetime? Professor Kliti Grice discusses how researchers are using fossil analysis to learn from past mass extinction events.
Launched on 29 August, Curtin University’s Binar-1 CubeSat satellite will provide easy access to space for students, researchers and industry.
Will a robot ever steal your job? Curtin researchers discuss the types of robots that already exist and set the record straight on how robots could impact future workplaces.
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.