A group of Engineering students has a Christmas present for Cambodia: the gift of clean water, healthy living and sustainable fishing for the people of Lake Ton Le Sap.
A polished and hilarious performance by a new graduate and a surprise speech by the Nobel Laureate were the highlights of the opening of a new Chinese cultural centre at UWA.
Nuru Said walked for 14 days after escaping from detention in Ethiopia as a political prisoner.
Pearls have become the personal signature of burns specialist Fiona Wood.
Now, the substance that forms the luminous gems may be used by Winthrop Professor Wood in her quest for functional skin regeneration after injury.
“This is my bookstore … this is my lecture theatre … these are my pets…”
The ducks and the peacocks became the pets of international student Tammy Key in This is My UWA, the video she and Ed Cryer made to promote the University to prospective international students.
At the age of 87, Marcia Foley may be the oldest student to have completed a PhD at UWA. Her years set her apart from other graduate students but so does the curious phenomenon of role reversal.
The public campaign to protect precious Indigenous rock-art in the Pilbara and Kimberley could be somewhat of a double-edged sword.
Like them or loathe them, virtual worlds such as Second Life have become part of our real lives in the 21st century and with them come the problems of real life, including legal complications.
Stem cell research will be a focus of Australia's first international translational dental science research program, based at UWA.
Origami and earthquakes are the unlikely bedfellows that combined to produce a shelter for communities affected by natural disasters.
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