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Science with Commander Kat

6th December 2018

Science with Commander Kat

Commander Kat has returned from a research break to help us answer the big questions in […]

Intense fires threaten conservation-significant Trapdoor Spider

3rd December 2018

Intense fires threaten conservation-significant Trapdoor Spider

A new Curtin University study has found Trapdoor Spiders do not survive intense bush fires but […]

Curtin University Fine Art Grad Show

23rd November 2018

Curtin University Fine Art Grad Show

The Curtin University ‘Fine Art’ Degree Show celebrates the creative work of Undergraduate, Honours and Masters […]

ADHD Diagnosis and young children

16th October 2018

ADHD Diagnosis and young children

A new study has been released by Curtin university, finding that the youngest child in a […]

Directors’ Cut: a pervasive curtain call

22nd June 2018

Directors’ Cut: a pervasive curtain call

Directors’ Cut is a new exhibition at the John Curtin Gallery showcasing the distinctive views of […]

Healing Spaces for the Stolen Generation

21st June 2018

Healing Spaces for the Stolen Generation

Curtin University, The Bringing Them Home Committee (BTHC) and the Southern Aboriginal Corporation (SAC), have come together […]

WACOSS Conference 2018: Women’s Place Panel.

3rd May 2018

WACOSS Conference 2018: Women’s Place Panel.

#WomensPlace panel discussion facilitated and broadcast by RTRFM 92.1 from the WACOSS Conference 2018. Building on […]

Dirty Diesel and Evil Emissions

18th April 2018

Dirty Diesel and Evil Emissions

Curtin University’s Professor of Sustainability, Peter Newman, speaks with Simon Beaton, about the Volkswagen emission scandal, […]

Denuclearising the Korean Peninsula – North Korea and U.S.

12th April 2018

Denuclearising the Korean Peninsula – North Korea and U.S.

North Korea recently told the US that it is prepared to discuss the denuclearisation of the […]

Tim Darby – SANDitecture

6th March 2018

Tim Darby – SANDitecture

Master sand sculptor Tim Darby explains SANDitecture to Jane Hebiton. Yes, Curtin Uni interior architecture students […]

Dry taps in Cape Town

1st February 2018

Dry taps in Cape Town

Cape Town have announced that a day zero scenario – when taps run dry – is likely […]

Culture Takes to the Sky

18th January 2018

Culture Takes to the Sky

In astronomical news the International Astronomical Union (IAU) recetly acknowledged traditional cultures across the world by giving […]

EA Games Turns to the Dark Side with New Money-Making Scheme

30th November 2017

EA Games Turns to the Dark Side with New Money-Making Scheme

Electronic Arts’ shareholders (that’s EA Games shareholders) are running for the hills this month, and for […]

Alcohol and pregnancy research.

28th September 2017

Alcohol and pregnancy research.

Last year, the National Health Service in England urged pregnant women to try not to drink […]

Nuts and Bolts

5th September 2017

Nuts and Bolts

We know that there is more to sex than the internet and pornography, right? Curtin University […]