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The public and private lives of Prime Minister John Howard are the subject of a free lecture at The University of Western Australia next week.
Archaeologists from Australia’s leading universities are urging a major rethink about the way archaeology education is funded in Australia’s higher education system.
World expert on greenhouse gas emission trading schemes and Reserve Bank Board Member, Professor Warwick McKibbin will present the 2007 Shann Memorial Lecture next Thursday, August 30, 2007, at 6.30pm
The University of Western Australia has welcomed the Western Australian Government’s decision to inject a further $4.17 million into the State’s burgeoning biotechnology sector.
WA’s road verges could hold the key to increasing biodiversity and
preventing the extinction of native plant species, according to the
The State Government initiative to significantly increase the value
of the annual Premier’s Science Awards was to be highly commended,
Consumers want clean, green and ethical meat products and
maintaining the integrity of the sheepmeat industry is a challenge the
More than 250 Perth school students will gather at The University of
Western Australia this month to hear Nobel Laureates Professor Barry
The Carrick Institute has recognised the talents of seven
outstanding educators from The University of Western Australia with
Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.
The release of false information about political or other issues
requires greater scepticism and critical input from the public,
according to a leading researcher at The University of Western
At a time when the study of languages at Australian universities has
suffered a sharp decline, Italian Studies is one area that has shown
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