Communication and coordination are important aspects of any workplace - but arguably more important in operating theatres than anywhere else, according to Professor Sharon Parker from The University of Western Australia's Business School....[Read more]
Wind and waves can mix buoyant ocean plastics throughout the water column, but most of their mass remains at the sea surface, according to research led by The University of Western Australia....[Read more]
Researchers at the Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC) at The University of Western Australia have created a biologically inspired computer model that can autonomously design urban residential layouts without human assistance....[Read more]
The Malaspina Expedition is one of the world's largest collaborative scientific undertakings. The $23 million (17 million Euros) project involves some 400 scientists/researchers and two ships circumnavigating the world as part of a research program to investigate the health of the world's oceans.
The contribution made by the Vice-President of Indonesia, Professor Dr Boediono, to global affairs has been recognised with the awarding of an Honorary Doctorate from The University of Western Australia from where he graduated more than 40 years ago.
Australia and Korea should continue to build on the model of "middle power cooperation" in order to facilitate mutual benefits, according to the Korean Ambassador to Australia, His Excellency Ambassador Kim.
Perth, as Australia's only Indian Ocean facing capital, has a major role to play in this dynamic region, delegates at today's In the Zone Business Forum at The University of Western Australia were told.
Focusing on core business and doing it as innovatively as possible is a key to remaining competitive in an increasingly tough global environment, according to Mr Sam Walsh, Executive Director Rio Tinto and Chief Executive Iron Ore.
Western Australia and the nations that share its time zone are no longer at the edge of international affairs but rather at its heart, according to the Chancellor of The University of Western Australia, Dr Michael Chaney AO.
With Perth's population projected to reach 3.5 million by 2050, it's time to think big about the planning challenges facing us and the policy responses needed to deal with these challenges, according to Associate Professor Paul Maginn, organiser of UWA's annual Stephenson Hepburn Oration to be held on 16 March.