An independent evaluation by The University of Western Australia of an innovative program trialled in WA prisons has found a group-based program that combines hand drumming with social and emotional learning can improve the mental health of prisoners....[Read more]
Criminals don't just have to worry about their own fingerprints these days: because of a young forensic scientist at The University of Western Australia, they should also be very concerned about their bullets' unique ‘fingerprints'....[Read more]
The University of Western Australia’s University Hall has won the Harold Krantz Award for Residential Architecture - Multiple Housing at the Australian Institute of Architects 2014 WA Architecture Awards. ...[Read more]
Organised crime, AIDS, piracy, food security, access to medicines and the digital divide are some of the compelling topics to be discussed at the Impacts of Globalisation conference to be held at The University of Western Australia from Thursday, 13 August.
The University of Western Australia has been awarded a bronze award from the Fire and Emergency Services Authority of Western Australia (FESA) for supporting employees who volunteer for emergencies services work.
A partnership with the Indigenous Martu community in remote WA, and an online game targeting young people's financial skills were some of the projects that won a team of students from The University of Western Australia a trip to Berlin in October to compete on the international stage.
The Federal secretary responsible for helping rebuild the Victorian communities devastated by last summer's bushfires, Bill Shorten, will present the 2009 Western Australia Disability Collective (WADC) Lecture at The University of Western Australia next week.
The discovery of a gene responsible for the production of sandalwood oil has been hailed as the catalyst for wide-ranging and significant new opportunities for Western Australia's ever-growing sandalwood industry.
An evocative image of The University of Western Australia's Claremont Campus, under floodlight, has won Ray Scott first place in the Inaugural Photographic Competition organised by the UWA Friends of the Grounds.
An online tool to be designed by a researcher at The University of Western Australia will enable a scholar in a remote part of the globe, or even an astronaut with some free time, to access the world's rare medieval vellum manuscripts and carry out in-depth contextual investigations with just a few clicks.
Patients who receive blood transfusions during heart surgery don't need to worry about serious long-term effects on their health, according to a study carried out by clinicians at The University of Western Australia.