Business and Industry
Help may be on its way for sufferers of lung fibrosis - a condition sometimes caused by exposure to asbestos but one that sometimes appears without any known stimulus.
Students at The University of Western Australia Business
School will now be even better prepared for global financial careers, with
UWA's Finance major accepted by the CFA
Institute University Recognition Program.
Chair of the UWA Business School Board, Mark Barnaba, has
been named a Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia (AM).
New approaches to rehabilitating mined areas may have germinated during a five-day international think-tank to advance seed technology research.
Antonio Páez from McMaster University in Canada says we might soon be
getting to our next destination using driverless taxis - and with the
assistance of apps such as Uber.
WA Philanthropist Nicola Forrest stressed the importance of investing in early education when she addressed students and graduates from the UWA Business School's Centre for Social Impact.
Squire Patton Boggs senior associate
Mark Palermo has been appointed President of the UWA Business School's Graduate
Management Association (GMA).
A long-term study into jarrah forest (Eucalyptus marginata) establishment at restored mine sites has found that they are in fact resistant to climate variability.
Indigenous leaders have called for the federal government to direct funding towards peak Indigenous business bodies.
A surge in interest in nature-based tourism has led The University of Western Australia to develop a Master of Ecotourism degree. Unique to UWA Albany, it will be the only postgraduate course of its kind available in Western Australia.
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