Human breastmilk responds quickly to protect the child when there is an infection in mothers or babies, according to new international research led by The University of Western Australia....[Read more]
An animal biologist from The University of Western Australia is among a large team of international researchers biting their fingernails as they wait to learn whether their bid to impregnate a rare giant panda in Scotland has paid off....[Read more]
Travelling around the top end of Australia, would you be able to tell the difference between a poisonous cane toad and a bumpy rocket frog or a giant frog? - They look similar but sound quite different. A new mobile app developed by The University of Western Australia aims to help save those native frogs that so often become the victim of mistaken identity....[Read more]
President of the International Crisis Group and former Australian Attorney-General and Foreign Minister, Gareth Evans, US ambassador-designate Kim Beazley and West Australian Premier Colin Barnett were among leading political, business, academic and media figures who met at The University of Western Australia from November 8 to 10 to debate the geopolitical, economic and social issues confronting our region.
Three of the world's leading physicists, including the inaugural speaker for the Marshall-Warren Lecture Series, will be visiting The University of Western Australia over the next three weeks to deliver academic and public lectures on science.
A Western Australian architect who has taught at The University of Western Australia for the past 20 years has been appointed to lead the University's Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts as its Dean.
Two Nobel Laureates - one who has an asteroid named after him - will visit The University of Western Australia for the 10th Frontiers of Fundamental Physics Symposium - the first time the international conference has been held in Australia.