By Lindy Brophy
The Pilbara – home of a massive minerals and energy industry, ancient landscapes and culture, and of course, the iconic Red Dog.
Despite anticipated cuts in research income, UWA has had great success this month with the annual round of major government funding.
The unique archaeology of Barrow Island – much of it frozen in time 7,000 years ago – is the subject of the biggest ARC Discovery grant awarded in Australia this year.
A flying visit to Perth by the world’s most powerful woman, Hilary Clinton, included an evening at UWA.
An individual’s problems can’t be treated in isolation from that person’s family, friends and community.
Three of the four finalists for WA Young Australian of the Year are UWA Law students – and they are all friends who support each other’s campaigns.
Our medical scientists are doing their best to ensure we have healthy hearts.
Two final year undergraduates have made paying tax seem like fun.
Women were among the first students at UWA in 1913. Yet is was another 10 years before these graduates would be admitted into their chosen professions.
By Anke van Eekelen
Not all healing processes have happy endings.
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