Australia’s Curtin University is now ranked 302 in the world on the University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP), up 33 places from 335 last year, and remains in ninth position nationally. This research based ranking system considers quality, quantity and impact of publications as well as international collaboration through six research indicators.
Regen Power Managing Director and Curtin Emeritus Professor Chem Nayar had the privilege of attending luncheons with other Emeritus Professors and the Vice Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry at Curtin St Georges Terrace. It was a great opportunity to get an update on the many exciting things happening at Curtin.
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