University News

University News

International success for UWA art, architecture and video challenge

Friday, 15 October 2010

Artists, builders and video makers from across six continents competed in this year's ‘IMAGINE' 3D Art and 'FLAGSHIP' building design challenge run by The University of Western Australia.

Marine researchers to deliver their findings

Friday, 15 October 2010

Sixteen students from The University of Western Australia will be among 31 postgraduates to summarise four years of marine research at an event to be held in Perth in November.

Eureka Prize winners

UWA's top research projects seek commercial partners

Friday, 15 October 2010

The University of Western Australia will showcase six top commercial opportunities arising from research at a university forum to be held next month.

New Centre for Forensic Science opens

Friday, 15 October 2010

A new Centre for Forensic Science, bringing together The University of Western Australia's expertise in all areas of forensics, was officially opened today.

WA's spectacular rock-art takes centre stage

Friday, 15 October 2010

With WA recognised internationally as home to some of the most spectacular rock-art in the world, a new Centre for Rock-Art Studies was opened at The University of Western Australia today.

Workshop to address contentious rock-art

Thursday, 14 October 2010

The distinctive and controversial Gwion-Gwion rock-art of the Kimberley, previously known as ‘Bradshaw' rock-art, will be the topic of an international workshop at The University of Western Australia today.

Winthrop Professor Cheryl Praeger

School students to compete in Maths Olympics

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

More than 300 of the State's best young mathematicians from 25 schools will take part in the Western Australian Junior Mathematics Olympiad at The University of Western Australia later this month.

Dementia can be prevented in remote Aboriginal communities

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

A new study published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry has identified dementia risk factors for Aboriginal Australians living in remote communities.

Indian Ocean tsunami modelling experts gather in Fremantle

Monday, 11 October 2010

More than 40 tsunami modellers will gather at Fremantle this week to discuss the latest developments in tsunami modelling and forecasting.  They represent countries in the Indian Ocean region as well as Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Germany and the United States which are active in undertaking tsunami modelling in the Indian Ocean region.

Associate Professor Alex Gardner

Study exposes flaws in climate change policy

Monday, 11 October 2010

New research reveals serious flaws in the way that governments have been responding to climate change issues such as the protection of wetlands in the Murray-Darling Basin.  The research, to be presented at a national conference in Perth tomorrow, was completed prior to the release of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan Guidelines last Friday, October 8, and provides important information for evaluating those proposals.