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  • Curtin fireball chasers recover Halloween meteorite from WA farm

    Meteorite

    Members of Curtin University’s Desert Fireball Network (DFN) team have successfully tracked and recovered a freshly fallen meteorite from a Western Australian farm near Morawa, several hundred kilometres north-east of Perth.

  • Flash of invisible light helps astronomers map the cosmic web

    A brief but brilliant burst of radiation that travelled at least a billion light years through Space to reach an Australian radio telescope last year has given scientists new insight into the fabric of the Universe.

  • Curtin academic to Chair new UNESCO position

    A Curtin University professor has been appointed the inaugural United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) Chair for Data Science in Higher Education Teaching and Learning.

  • Dutch King and Queen visit Curtin

    King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima

    Their Majesties King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of The Netherlands visited Curtin University today as part of a State visit to Australia, to hear about the role the University, and its Dutch and other international partners play in the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope project – the world’s largest radio telescope.

  • Scholarships to increase numbers studying Agribusiness

    Agribusiness student

    Curtin University is offering 15 scholarships to students entering their first year of Bachelor of Agribusiness in 2017, as part of the University’s response to the ongoing demand for graduates within Australia’s agriculture industry.

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