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New insights into how microbial life was quickly re-established following the mass extinction of the dinosaurs have been detailed for the first time by Curtin University-led research.   Impact illustration, credit Victor Leshyk.   The research, published in Geology, analysed biomarkers, also known as molecular fossils, found in drill core rock…

Curtin University’s Earth and planetary sciences and health technology research has been boosted with new state-of-the-art equipment courtesy of more than $1.4 million in Federal Government funding awarded today.     Federal Education Minister, the Hon Dan Tehan, announced three Curtin-led research projects had been successful in the latest round…

Curtin University and Perth-based company Little Green Pharma Ltd have joined forces to develop a range of new medicinal cannabis products that have the potential to deliver more accurate and targeted treatment for a wide range of medical conditions.   Professor Neil Foster and LGP Head of Research, Leon Warne…

Curtin University researchers have developed tiny capsules that are able to effectively target the liver and pancreas reducing the inflammatory effects of type two diabetes.     The research, published in the Nature journal, Scientific Reports, explored whether the tiny capsules, developed using bio-nanotechnologies and filled with a combination of human-based bile acids…

An Indigenous Australian female student will be awarded a scholarship to complete postgraduate studies at Curtin University as part of a new agreement supported by Shooting Stars.   Shooting Stars 2019 Junior Leadership Camp.   Shooting Stars is an education and engagement program that aims to close the gap by…

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