Government and the electricity industry must act now to prepare for the inevitable impact of increased private solar on the State's electricity network or risk a death spiral of network disruptions and rising costs over the coming decade, according to the author of a new study into WA's electricity future....[Read more]
What methods do junk-food manufacturers use to make sure people keep buying their products? More than 150 Indigenous students are about to find out - at The University of Western Australia's Year 8 Discovery Days....[Read more]
Vast areas of Australia's oceans are being better monitored and understood thanks to an observing system which is being launched today to operate from The University of Western Australia....[Read more]
Three emerging scientists from The University of Western Australia have been chosen from disciplines spanning Cancer treatments, Effects of Exercise and Nanotechnology to be recognised as the State's brightest young researchers in this year's prestigious Tall Poppy Awards....[Read more]
Perth would become a healthier city where people would rely less on cars, even ‘green' ones, and more on ‘active transportation' - a combination of public transport, walking and cycling - if researchers at The University of Western Australia had their way.
For the first time in the nine years of the annual international Chinese Bridge Competition, students from one class took out most of the prizes. And The University of Western Australia classmates did so live, in front of a reality TV audience of 100 million viewers throughout China.
The University of Western Australia's Albany Centre will hold its Open Day tomorrow, providing an opportunity to prospective students and the community to learn more about what life as a UWA student in Albany has to offer.
The association between neighbourhood and house design and walking as a measure of sense of community has been explored in two papers published recently in international journals by researchers at The University of Western Australia.
How variations in human DNA sequence can impact disease evolution and the health risks of climate change are just some of the topics to be discussed at this week's 20th annual Combined Biological Sciences Meeting (CBSM) to be held at The University of Western Australia.
Sri Lanka's shift from a country with a unique social welfare structure to one marked by warfare is the subject of a new book by The University of Western Australia's Emeritus Professor Laksiri Jayasuriya.