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  • New laser tool reveals helium secrets

    New laser tool reveals helium secrets

    Curtin University researchers have for the first time been able to visualise where helium atoms are trapped within individual mineral grains, providing information that can help to determine the geological history of the Earth’s crust and assist in monitoring natural hazards like earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

  • Curtin and WA Government invest $32 million in Kalgoorlie accommodation

    Agricola

    Curtin University, in partnership with the State Government, have opened a redeveloped $32 million student accommodation facility in Kalgoorlie to attract high-calibre students to study mining in the region.

  • PhD scholarships to build agriculture’s data-driven future

    Crops

    Curtin University and CSIRO have teamed up to take digital agriculture to the next level, launching a postgraduate scholarship program that aims to train a new generation of big data scientists to support the agriculture industry.

  • Antarctica expedition leads women scientists to tackle climate change

    Two researchers from Curtin University have witnessed the effects of climate change up close as part of the inaugural Homeward Bound women-in-science leadership expedition − the biggest-ever female expedition to Antarctica.

  • WA plants rapidly adapt to declining rainfall

    Banksia Hookeriana

    Curtin University researchers have found that some plants in Western Australia’s South-West region established under drought conditions are likely to have reduced growth, but be more resistant to drought in the future.

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