Recently retired West Coast Eagles Captain Darren Glass has announced he will study a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at The University of Western Australia Business School next year....[Read more]
Human-led change and other non-climatic changes need to be taken into account when managing the world's coastal regions already under threat from climate change and sea-level rise, according to a team of international scientists....[Read more]
In a world first, researchers at The University of Western Australia and Western Australia's Department of Fisheries have bred one of Australia's rarest fish - the critically endangered Western Trout Minnow....[Read more]
Julie Weekes has been a lawyer and works part-time as a vet, but she's back at The University of Western Australia studying for a third career change - this time one that revolves around her first love, ancient languages....[Read more]
A group of The University of Western Australia Business School researchers will spend the next three years investigating the co-operative enterprise business model with the aim of learning more about the factors that influence its sustainability and competitiveness.
Associate Professor Pietro Guj from the Centre for Exploration Targeting (a joint UWA/Curtin initiative) has released a quantitative analysis outlining the impact of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's version of the Resources Super Profit Tax (RSPT) for a small gold mine in W.A.
Four young interns from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, are spending 10 weeks at The University of Western Australia's Gravitational Wave Research Laboratories and the Gravity Discovery Centre in Gingin working on what is described as physics' most exciting frontier.
Tea tree oil may be used in future as a fast, cheap, safe and effective treatment for non-melanoma skin cancers and precancerous lesions, according to researchers at The University of Western Australia.
The phenomenon of males comparing their attributes to those of other males is millions of years old, according to a new study. Flying reptiles and fin-backed ancestors of modern mammals developed body traits for the purpose of sexual selection.
Reading the textbooks studied by Romantic poet John Keats during his years as a medical student at Guy's Hospital, London, gave an academic from The University of Western Australia a fresh perspective on the poet's work.
The University of Western Australia's Professor Richard Hobbs is to be awarded the 2010 Ecological Society of Australia Gold Medal in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the study of ecology in Australia.