We’re proud to announce that Curtin has ranked second in the world for Mineral and Mining Engineering, up 17 places from 2016.
This makes us the highest ranked and best university in Australia to study this globally relevant and sought after course.
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Why study a Science & Engineering degree at Curtin?
Curtin is a place where curious minds come together. If you are fascinated by everything around you, and like to ask questions and experiment with new ideas, then we can help you develop the knowledge and practical, real-world skills that you'll need to make tomorrow better.Watch Video
‘Atomic collision theory’ might sound like a mid-90s art rock band, but in reality, it’s a scientific occurrence that affects chemical reactions and temperature, and ultimately enables life. Curtin’s Professor Igor Bray investigates these collisions to find solutions for health, space exploration and energy production. Read more: http://bit.ly/2zgD8W1
A big congratulations to Curtin researcher Dr Natasha Hurley-Walker, named Western Australian Young Tall Poppy Scientist of the Year 2017 and Dr Nadim Darwish, who was among five WA early career scientists recognised as WA Young Tall Poppy award winners! Read more: http://bit.ly/2lScLAZ