The Faculty of Science & Engineering is comprised of multiple departments:
Four Curtin University researchers and the popular Curtin-driven citizen science program, Fireballs in the Sky, have been shortlisted in the 2016 Premier’s Science Awards, which celebrate the State’s best in scientific research and science engagement.
Drones capture crop height — Student’s project recognised for its implications for the agriculture industry
New research from the WA School of Mines, Curtin University has explored how the use of drones can be used to monitor crop height to determine the best course of disease and pest control.
Learn the fundamentals of environmental studies as you explore global and local communities and determine solutions to environmental challenges.
The highly toxic marbled death cap mushroom has been identified growing in WA, where it is believed to have been present, but unidentified, for decades. The mushroom was first collected by long time enthusiast and author Katrina Syme who first noticed the species on her property over thirty years ago, but it had remained unidentified until now.
This year, eligible year 12 students could receive an early offer to study the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) or any double degrees with engineering at Curtin University.
Whether you're studying at any one of Curtin's campuses or online, you can join us at Curtin's O-Week!
O-Week will help you prepare for uni life with a range of lectures, info sessions & fun activities.
The Centre for Infrastructural Monitoring and Protection at Curtin University presents the 24th Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials (ACMSM24) 6-9 December 2016.