The 2009 UWA Motorsport team proudly launched their new car on Wednesday evening, 30th September, in front of an enthusiastic crowd of 130 guests, including the Vice Chancellor,Professor Alan Robson and Director of Student Services, Jon Stubbs.
Exams are looming, Christmas is coming and there's a million-and-one things you should be doing, right?! You are far too busy to even manage lunch most days and just wish time would stop! Well guess what - It's time for some TIME OUT!
The Faculty is delighted to offer our congratulations to Steven Davey, Brendan-John Vernall and Christopher Pratt, second year Mechanical Engineering students, who won the national 2009 Warman Competition.
In this lecture Professor Douglas Osheroff, 1996 recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physics , will speak on how advances in science are made, and how they may come to benefit mankind.
Professor Osheroff will illustrate some of these strategies in the context of a number of well known discoveries, including the work he did as a graduate student, for which he shared the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1996.
The Office of Industry and Innovation is pleased to offer UWA staff and postgraduate students this FREE opportunity to learn about UWA Intellectual Property commercialisation. Researchers who are new to UWA are particularly encouraged to attend, as are those with projects that involve industry partners.
Do you have current brochures or could you develop a new flyer illustrating facilities and equipment in your area to promote at the Faculty's upcoming Research and Innovation Showcase on 11th November?
The Australian Research Council funds Australian Professorial, Queen Elizabeth II and Australian Research Fellows through the Discovery Projects scheme. This information session will provide invaluable guidance and hints and tips on developing a winning application, with input from speakers with a wealth of experience in applying for and assessing ARC Fellowships.
This seminar is a part of the bioenergy forum developed by UWA Federation Fellow Steven Smith. The forum is aimed at a multi disciplinary audience interested in future energy needs.
Everyone is welcome to join for presentations, discussions and networking.