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Taysha Sullivan

Taysha is in her fourth and final year at Curtin University studying a Double Degree in Public Relations and History with a minor in Journalism. She enjoys new experiences and is excited to further her knowledge as a student writer for Startup News.

Curtin researcher wins international award for contributions to satellite navigation

// Curtin University researcher Professor Peter Teunissen is the first scientist from the Southern Hemisphere to receive the prestigious Johannes Kepler Award.

How to get your first 100 sign ups

// Launching a new service in 2020? It's more important than ever to get those first 100 sign ups. Here's how...

Fashion Forward: Keeper Denim’s sustainable and ethical style

// WA fashion startup Keeper Denim has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund its first product, the 'Elwood Skinny Jean'

Insta-buy: the power of social influencers in Australian retail

// Research by Power Retail has found social media influencers directly influence one third of all online purchases.

Innovation Central Perth and NERA forge a WISE partnership

// The new partnership aims to benefit the energy resources sector by assisting industry IoT development and deploying sensor technology to diagnose problems.

Curtin Winners of 2019 KCA Research Commercialisation Award

// Curtin’s work in commercialising a technique that uses sound waves to create a detailed 3D image of underground ore deposits was recognised at an annual conference in Sydney.

The Internet of Things: is the Internet trending?

// You’re woken by your smart phone alarm to start the day. You grab breakfast from your smart fridge and turn on your smart TV to catch the news before work. When did life become so smart?

Applications open for CORE Start Award

// The CORE Start Award aims to support resource tech startups by providing them with the resources to reach their full potential.

Curtin’s ‘out of this world’ Opportunity

// As the 50th anniversary of the moon landing approaches, a Curtin University team has aspirations for its own space mission...

Don’t Overthink It!

// Research has found that not always reaching your full potential is okay, but overthinking is a problem that can overtake your life...

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