More than 60 outstanding Year 10 students from WA are preparing for the competition of their young lives after winning a place in the WA State Finals of the Australian Brain Bee Challenge (ABBC) at The University of Western Australia next week....[Read more]
Three scholarship winners are among 25 students from The University of Western Australia who have secured a "potentially life-changing opportunity" to study overseas at the prestigious University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)....[Read more]
Pinjarra Primary School year seven leavers explored
their connection with world-renowned author, artist, Oscar winner and UWA Fine
Arts Graduate, Shaun Tan today at The University of Western Australia....[Read more]
The University of Western Australia's Director of the Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation and Analysis, Winthrop Professor David Sampson, has been elected a Fellow of the prestigious international society for optics and photonics, SPIE....[Read more]
Former University of Western Australia Vice-Chancellor, Emeritus Professor Alan Robson, and leading women's and children's health expert, Winthrop Professor John Newnham, are among UWA academics and graduates to be awarded 2013 Queen's Birthday Honours....[Read more]
Award winning Australian-Indian filmmaker Safina Uberoi will visit The University of Western Australia on Tuesday 28 April to give a free public lecture on aspects of integrating biography into filmmaking.
Health Promotion students from The University of Western Australia aim to reduce binge drinking at the University and increase knowledge of the negative health effects of excessive alcohol consumption.
Noted congressional scholar Thomas Mann, of The Brookings Institution, Washington will visit The University of Western Australia this week to give a free public lecture on the politics and policymaking of the new Obama Administration.
A world expert on circadian biology in mammals, Professor Menno Gerkema, will give a free public lecture at The University of Western Australia on Tuesday (21 April) on the risks and benefits of altering circadian rhythms in animals, including humans.
The demise of the dinosaurs is well-documented. Less well-known is the fate of some of the Earth's earliest life-forms - methane-producing microbes - yet if they had not died down, complex life as we know it may not have evolved, according to a researcher at The University of Western Australia.
The State's biggest telescope, launched by Australia's Chief Scientist, Professor Penny Sackett, at The University of Western Australia on Wednesday April 1, will boost WA's profile in robotic astronomy.