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The Cyber Knowledge Bank

Wednesday 11th March

The Cyber Knowledge Bank

Thousands of books are released for free in libraries across the globe, as well as in massive […]

Online bullying on the rise?

Thursday 13th February

Online bullying on the rise?

In light of Safer Internet Day recently occurring, we have done some research about bullying in […]

Lionheart Camp for Kids

Tuesday 14th January

Lionheart Camp for Kids

A new study from Curtin University is looking at a bereavement program entitled Lionheart Camp for Kids, […]

New Study to Improve Quality of Life With Parkinsons Underway

24th July 2019

New Study to Improve Quality of Life With Parkinsons Underway

Parkinsons Disease affects around 80 000 Australians today. Jeff Bullen is joined by Emily Corti from […]

Jon Sanders’ 11th Circumnavigation

23rd July 2019

Jon Sanders’ 11th Circumnavigation

Solo yachtsman Jon Sanders is about to sail around the world an eleventh time, this time […]

The Dangers of Delayed Retirement

19th June 2019

The Dangers of Delayed Retirement

New research has confirmed the lived experience of many working class people in Australia. Delayed retirement […]

TV Catch-Ups and The Future of Accessibility

16th April 2019

TV Catch-Ups and The Future of Accessibility

A Curtin University research project exploring audio descriptions suggests it could aid our television consumption in […]

Curtin University’s “History of Achievement” on Moorditj Mag

21st March 2019

Curtin University’s “History of Achievement” on Moorditj Mag

Head of the Aboriginal Studies department at Curtin University – Professor Marion Kickett – with Moorditj […]

Diabetes Research Leading Into Exercise

20th March 2019

Diabetes Research Leading Into Exercise

Curtin University researchers are trying to find a way to overcome barriers to physical activity so […]

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 […]