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Syaifullah Muhammad is a chemical engineering alumnus who has developed an innovative technology to extract high-quality patchouli oil from the patchouli plant. Patchouli oil is considered one of the best essential oils in the world. Prized for its fragrance, versatility and health benefits, patchouli oil is used in perfumes, cosmetics,…

Iris Smit is an interior architecture graduate turned entrepreneur who is, quite literally, making her mark in business. The 23-year-old has developed The Quick Flick, an eyeliner stamp that creates the perfect ‘cat eye’ look in just minutes, an effect that usually requires a great deal of time, precision and…

A Curtin University student and two graduates have experienced a once in a lifetime study tour including visits to some of the world’s most prestigious learning institutions, after being selected to join the 2018 Aurora Indigenous Scholars International Study Tour. Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing Honours student Josephine Newman…

Malawi has made immense strides in combating its HIV epidemic since it introduced free antiretroviral therapy (ART) in 2004. However, Malawi’s HIV prevalence remains one of the highest in the world, and of the 1 million estimated people living with the virus, 84,000 are children under the age of 14.…

A global humanitarian, Indonesian-based innovators and an Indigenous psychologist are among those recognised at Curtin University’s 2018 Alumni Achievement Awards. The Awards, now in their fifth year, recognise graduates who have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments and an exceptional standard of excellence in their field of endeavour. Curtin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah…

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