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New Curtin research could help prevent stillbirths after finding more than half of them can potentially be predicted during pregnancy with the use of machine learning – a method of data analysis using artificial intelligence.     The research, published today in Scientific Reports, applied machine learning methods to predict stillbirth using…

Shortages of lifesaving medicine have long been a problem in Papua New Guinea. Now, Curtin alumnus James Kara has found a way to ensure medication is available when patients need it most.     Working as a hospital pharmacist in Papua New Guinea (PNG), James Kara wanted to do more…

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.   Jessica Murray   Jessica Murray, from Mount Barker in Western Australia, will undertake important research within the Curtin Health Innovation Research…

A new sculpture commemorating Australia’s war time Prime Minister John Curtin has been installed at Curtin University’s Perth Campus.   Walter Jack   The artwork was designed and built by acclaimed British sculptor Walter Jack. Other Views is an assembly of 18 three and a half metre tall blades cut from plates…

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.     Announced by the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, Hon Karen Andrews…

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