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Japanese earthquake

The earthquake that occurred on Friday afternoon off the northeast cost of Japan, and resulting tsunami, has caused significant damage and many casualties.
   
   
academic wins Commonwealth Writers' Prize

Associate Professor Kim Scott, from the Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute at Curtin University, has become the first Indigenous Australian to win the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for South-East Asia and the Pacific for That Deadman Dance.
   
   
Minerals Seminar Series

Institute of Minerals and Energy (CIME) will begin its Minerals Seminar Series for 2011 at the Resources and Chemistry Precinct, Curtin University, on 9 March.
   
   
Scientists and industry seek the first stars and galaxies

A quest to discover the first stars and galaxies formed after the Big Bang is underway with the first major pieces of a revolutionary new radio telescope built in remote Western Australia.
   
   
O-Day 2011 – biggest and best yet!

O-Day 2011 was the biggest and best yet, with thousands of people turning up to Curtin's Bentley campus to get their first look at the University, score free stuff, or just enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the event.
 
 
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