Around the time Diane Stone and Richard Higgott left The University of Warwick to come to UWA, cuts in government funding for the humanities and social sciences in the UK were announced.
Three quarters of a tonne of glass and lead were installed in the window frames of Winthrop Hall over the past few weeks.
Extraordinary as it may seem, the big green push button to operate copiers and printers was designed by an anthropologist studying human-machine interactions.
The University will go smoke-free from January 1 next year.
The ban on smoking covers all University buildings, grounds and vehicles and extends to all staff, students, visitors and contractors.
Paul Johnson approaches his work with a smile.
The man who will be our new Vice-Chancellor next year says that education and work must be enjoyable.
Kindergarten kids talking about sustainability, big banks sponsoring school excursions, park rangers sharing their ideas through the United Nations: they are all exciting possibilities coming out of a new UWA collaboration.
The health of the rivers and estuaries in Australia's tropical north has been the focus of a $30 million study over five years.
Leaves found pressed between the pages of a 450-year-old Bible ... and the potential to increase plants' productivity: both present a challenge to Dr Chuck Price.
New techniques applied by UWA scientists suggest that it was not the freezing temperatures of the last glaciation in Central Europe that killed off the species we know as Neanderthals.
‘Mama Shujaa' is on the way to make life better for families living in the slums of Kenya.
The Swahili phrase meaning ‘warrior woman' is the brand name for small business enterprises that UWA students are helping Kenyan women to set up.
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