Tap into your creativity this July with a program of community WINTERarts events to invigorate the mind and warm the soul at The University of Western Australia, including workshops, performances, exhibitions and talks - many of which are free....[Read more]
Two world-leading researchers from The University of Western Australia will discuss some of the biggest challenges facing the gas industry today at Australia's largest event in that field - the Australian Gas Technology Conference and Exhibition (AGT) to be held at the Perth Exhibition Centre on July 1-3....[Read more]
UWA's Centre for Exploration Targeting (CET) has formed a partnership with a leading seismic company HiSeis to expand high-resolution seismic profiling techniques into mineral exploration and mine development....[Read more]
Children from primary and secondary schools around the city and in regional WA are being recruited for the first study internationally to assess the impact of screen-based technologies on their mental health over an extended period....[Read more]
Measures taken to ease the pressure on overcrowded hospital emergency departments have been based on flawed data which wrongly blames general practice patients for clogging the system, according to a study by emergency specialists from The University of Western Australia....[Read more]
More than 20 years after what she describes as a lacklustre performance in her year 12 exams, Kyra Havernhoek's second chance at a university education has seen her top the class at The University of Western Australia, scoring 100 per cent in a first-year calculus unit.
Coral bleaching of Ningaloo reef and flooding of the Swan River estuary are just two of the topics to be discussed at the Greenhouse 2009: Climate Change and Resources conference to be held in Perth from March 23 to 26.
The long and proud history of Aboriginal women as custodians of family care and connection will be the subject of the Grace Vaughan Memorial Lecture to be held at The University of Western Australia on Thursday (5 March).
Sex, or internal fertilisation, and live birth are more ancient and more common in the prehistoric animal world than previously thought, a researcher from The University of Western Australia suggests in an article published today in "Nature".
A new building that is a joint venture between The University of Western Australia and the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research (WAIMR) is the winner of the Bassett Award for Sustainable Development in the 2009 Property Council State Innovation and Excellence Awards.