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ATCO Australia Undergraduate Scholarship opens up opportunities

Friday, 7 June 2013

UWA Economics student Adam Morris will be able to invest more time in his studies with the help of ATCO Australia.

Adam, the 2013 recipient of the ATCO Australia Undergraduate Scholarship, said receiving the $10,000 scholarship would allow him to focus more on his studies.

"Receiving the scholarship will allow me to allocate more hours to my studies that would have otherwise been allocated to part-time work. I will now be able to spend an adequate amount of time studying while being able to support my family," Adam said.
 

Awards Ceremony recognises best business students

Friday, 31 May 2013

The best and brightest students from the UWA Business School have been recognised at an Awards Ceremony held this week.

At the annual Awards Ceremony, almost $400,000 worth of scholarships and prizes was presented to 33 scholarship recipients and 34 prize winners.

Dean of the UWA Business School, Winthrop Professor Phil Dolan, congratulated the award winners.

Perth USAsia Centre moving forward

Friday, 31 May 2013

The newly created Perth USAsia Centre at The University of Western Australia is holding its first board meeting and events this week.

Professor Kingsley Dixon receiving his medal

Plant hero lauded

Monday, 27 May 2013

The life work, passion and achievements of a scientist with more than 20 years' experience in researching the ecology and conservation of Australian native plants and ecosystems have been recognised by one of the world's most prestigious scientific societies.

Professsor Paul Johnson (left) at the Centre's launch, Lanzhou University

UWA-China link to boost sustainable food production in drylands

Friday, 24 May 2013

With food security and sustainable food production an increasingly pressing concern for a booming global population, agricultural experts from The University of Western Australia have teamed up with their Chinese counterparts at Lanzhou University to step up research into dryland agricultural production.

Strawberry fields forever and fungus-free

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Strawberries are one of the most economically important berry crops in the world, and a high value export crop for the Australian horticultural industry.

Dr Daniel Creedon

Don't whisper the news about this prize-winner

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

A young physicist from The University of Western Australia has won a prestigious Federal Government National Measurement Institute (NMI) Prize for his outstanding work in the science of measurement.

Dr Yinglong Chen

Getting to the root of better crops

Thursday, 16 May 2013

The more crop scientists know about how plant roots take up water and nutrients, the better able they will be to develop crop plants with roots that can cope with challenging soil and environmental conditions.

Dr Swaminatha Iyer

UWA forms spin-out company to develop nanoparticle cancer drugs

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

The University of Western Australia and Yuuwa Capital LP have set up a new spin-out company, Eridan Technology Pty Ltd, to commercialise nanoparticle technology for drug delivery applications.

Clough EVP Engineering Gary Bowtell, Jessica Regan, Joel Valli, CFO Neil Siford

Clough scholars continue 35-year-old tradition

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Two engineering students at The University of Western Australia are the newest recipients of the 35-year-old Clough Scholars program, which was revived last year after an eight-year sabbatical.