International Golden Nica prize to UWA’S SymbioticA

Tuesday, 3 July 2007

SymbioticA - the art and science collaborative research laboratory at The University of Western Australia - has won the Golden Nica for Hybrid Art as part of the international Prix Ars Electronica 2007 awards - one of the most important awards for creativity and pioneering activities in the field of digital media.

UWA lecture examines food in Hebrew fiction

Friday, 29 June 2007

The role of food in Israeli literature will be the focus a free public lecture by Professor Nancy Berg at The University of Western Australia on Thursday, July 5, 2007.

China collaboration combats climate change

Friday, 29 June 2007

International collaboration can help combat climate change and WA and Chinese researchers are joining forces to improve climate adaptation strategies and pass on the subsequent benefits to growers.

As part of a A$1.9 million project, The University of Western Australia (UWA) Institute of Agriculture is collaborating with China’s Lanzhou University on a sustainability initiative for dry and cold ecosystems, using west China as a model.

New vaccine may provide broader protection against cervical cancer

Thursday, 28 June 2007

Just under 150 Perth women have contributed to major international research at the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research that has proved that the new Cervarix vaccine provides broader protection against cervical cancer.

Innovative Engineering Masters at UWA

Friday, 1 June 2007

The University of Western Australia has developed an innovative Master of Engineering (Energy Systems Management) program to be delivered via a mix of technologies which provide flexible learning oppo

UWA turns up heat on climate change in June

Friday, 1 June 2007

The hot topic of climate change will take centre stage at The University of Western Australia next week with a series of lectures and a photographic exhibition to be held on campus.

Vice-Chancellor Alan Robson said UWA and the Department of Environment and Conservation had joined forces in response to growing community interest in climate change.

“The program has been put together to provide an opportunity for people to get information first hand from the experts,” Professor Robson said.

UWA to host major speech on cancer prevention

Sunday, 9 July 2006

The Australian pioneering researcher who developed a vaccine to safeguard women against cervical cancer will present the Sir Wallace Kyle Oration at The University of Western Australia next week.

Professor Ian Frazer, 2006 Australian of the Year and Director of the Diamantina Institute of Cancer Immunology and Metabolic Medicine, will address the topic: ‘Cancer, and what we can do to prevent it’, at 6pm on Tuesday, July 17, 2007, at UWA’s Octagon Theatre.