A new study by an international team of researchers including researchers from The University of Western Australia highlights the devastating effects of a marine heatwave on seagrass meadows at Shark Bay – one of the world’s largest remaining seagrass ecosystems....[Read more]
A new study carried out by a research team at The University of Western Australia and Fertility Specialists of Western Australia has found that women undergoing IVF who have had embryos fail to implant have more success using frozen ones than fresh ones....[Read more]
The achievements of highly respected Perth businessman and property developer Adrian Fini and internationally renowned music conductor Simone Young were celebrated when they were presented with honorary doctorates at The University of Western Australia....[Read more]
An official ground breaking ceremony has signalled a new chapter in the history of St Catherine’s College as work gets underway on new custom-designed accommodation for Indigenous students....[Read more]
A man not afraid of stirring controversy among local gardeners and environmentalists - the late Emeritus Professor George Seddon - will be honoured at an inaugural lecture at The University of Western Australia this Thursday, June 19.
Melbourne writer and lawyer Alice Pung will give an insight into what it was like to grow up Asian in Australia at a free public lecture, at The University of Western Australia next Tuesday, June 17, 2008.
It's not often that university students have the opportunity to use ‘real' money and work with ‘real' companies, but over 200 undergraduate and graduate students from The University of Western Australia have just spent three weeks honing their e-marketing skills as part of an international competition.
Frontiers in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management were the themes for eight presentations by postgraduate research students from the four schools within the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (FNAS), The University of Western Australia (UWA).
Nanotechnology, which sets out to explore and manipulate reality at the molecular level, is widely recognised as a key technology that will drive economic growth and standards of living in the twenty-first century - but what might its impact be on our lives?
Re-engineering bacteria into microscopic drug factories and examining factors related to cancer in children are just two of The University of Western Australia's projects to attract State Government funding.
Chief Justice Wayne Martin's breakfast address - ‘Improving corporate governance in the public sector: where judges fear to tread' - will launch a half-day seminar hosted by the Trade, Migration and Development Research Centre of UWA Business School and the Institute of Public Administration Australia (WA Division) on Tuesday, 24 June.
The challenge facing Australia in dealing with an expected 31 per cent increase in new cancer cases between 2001 and 2011 has earned a sixth-year medical student at The University of Western Australia first prize in a national essay competition run by Cancer Council Australia.