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  • Green light for $200m Curtin science build
    Curtin University’s proposed $200 million science building has been approved. The building, at the Bentley campus, will house scientific teaching and research facilities.
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  • Universities and AuScope deliver a remarkable tool for exploration with geochemistry.
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  • JDLC and EPS (School of Earth and Planetary Sciences) scientist, Dr Hugo Olierook, has been crowned the Western Australian Young Tall Poppy Scientist of the Year at the 2023 WA Young Tall Poppy Science Awards. Congratulations to Hugo!
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  • John de Laeter Centre instrumentation and materials analysis contributes to rare asteroid rock analysis.
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  • Day in the Life with X-Ray Diffraction and Scattering Facility Leader / Research Fellow, Matthew Rowles on
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  • Curtin home to new equipment that unlocks the secrets of the Universe
    Curtin University will be home to new equipment vital for gaining a better understanding of the Earth and its place in the Universe after AuScope received $5 million in Federal Government funding.
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