The University of Western Australia and Yuuwa Capital LP have set up a new spin-out company, Eridan Technology Pty Ltd, to commercialise nanoparticle technology for drug delivery applications....[Read more]
A leading early career scientist from The University of Western Australia has been appointed to a new Woodside Professorship in Computational Geoscience at UWA as part of a five-year program to establish the State as a world centre of excellence in geoscience....[Read more]
Two engineering students at The University of Western Australia are the newest recipients of the 35-year-old Clough Scholars program, which was revived last year after an eight-year sabbatical....[Read more]
The University of Western Australia Professors Antonio Cantoni, Zigmantas Budrikis and John Hullett have won a 2009 Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) Clunies Ross Award for solving congestion problems in the broadband Internet.
Former Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor of The University of Western Australia, Professor Margaret Seares AO, has been appointed to a new national body to provide strategic advice on research infrastructure funding.
Australian Foreign Minister Stephen Smith will join Tanzanian Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Bernard K Membe at The University of Western Australia on Friday, May 29, to deliver a public address marking International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers.
Sixty of the brightest Year 11 students from city and country WA will test their knowledge of the brain when they take part in the WA final of the third national Australian Brain Bee Challenge held at The University of Western Australia on June 16, 2009.
A Professor from The University of Western Australia's School of Anatomy and Human Biology who revolutionised laboratory teaching has been awarded a highly competitive and prestigious Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Teaching Fellowship.
With many high school students soon to make a decision on their career study path The University of Western Australia is inviting year 10, 11 and 12 as well as mature age students to a series of free information sessions to explain the flexible study options and exciting career opportunities available with a science degree from UWA.
The factors that control the beginning of reproductive life in humans have remained a fundamental mystery of biology. While the age of menarche in girls is influenced by environmental factors such as nutrition and athletic training, it is also partly controlled by genes according to a study by The University of Western Australia researchers published this week in Nature Genetics.