News file for: Curtin University
Rosemary Stanton and Christina Pollard discuss the factors which make bad food so profitable and what effect this can have on our health.
Engaging in physical activities, including exercise as a leisure activity, could help protect women against ovarian cancer, finds a new study.
Researchers have found that fathers’ extremely long working hours can be detrimental to their sons’ well-being.
Australian researchers have developed a ‘green’ method to create antibacterial gold nanoparticles with the help of common eucalyptus leaves.
A male kangaroo’s forearm size could be a sexually selected trait and help them find a mate, a new study has found.
Scientists plan to use the unique features of the brand-new Murchison Widefield Array radio telescope to track the path of space debris.
The Southern Hemisphere’s most powerful low frequency radio telescope, the Murchison Widefield Array, was officially turned on this week.
CSIRO’s Parkes radio telescope has detected brief flashes of radio emission from the distant Universe. Their origin is unknown.
A new study has uncovered 380 million-year-old armor-plated fishes that preserve the oldest muscles ever discovered in a vertebrate.
Australian and Korean radio telescopes have been linked for the first time, forming a system that acts as a telescope 8,000 km across both countries.