As our thoughts turn to the excitement and fun of the festive season, Young Lives Matter Foundation-UWA is reminding people to stay closely connected to loved ones, especially those who struggle with mental health....[Read more]
A new study led by The University of Western Australia has found many homeless people are trapped in a ‘revolving hospital door’, often not accessing medical care until they are very sick or in crisis. If discharged back to homelessness, the cycle continues, and at Christmas there will be patients in hospital with no home to go to....[Read more]
Four graduates from The University of Western Australia are among 18 young Australians to be awarded prestigious John Monash Scholarships for 2019 at a ceremony held last night at the Sydney Opera House....[Read more]
It’s hard not to succumb to pressure from a child who wants the latest video games and devices for Christmas, but according to University of Western Australia Associate Professor Hayley Christian it is important to consider gifts that encourage physical activity and outdoor play....[Read more]
Professor Tony Gherghetta, Federation Fellow at the University of Melbourne, will speak about the world's most powerful microscope - the Large Hadron Collider - at a free public lecture in The University of Western Australia's Social Sciences Lecture Theatre on Tuesday, 14 October.
The University of Western Australia has invited Glasgow-based astronomer and cosmology expert Dr Martin Hendry to help answer some of the big questions about our place in the universe at a free public lecture next Wednesday night.
Bush Gazebos inspired by the tale of Alice in Wonderland and designed by The University of Western Australia's architecture students promise to create another dimension at this year's Kings Park Wildflower Festival.
The University of Western Australia will join universities across Australia in glowing pink today to mark the official launch of the National Breast Cancer Foundation's (NBCF) annual Pink Ribbon Campaign.
The University of Western Australia has been declared overall winner of the 13th National Indigenous Tertiary Education Student Games held in Perth last week, with Newcastle University second and Griffith University placed third.
Globally recognised respiratory physician, Professor Henri Colt, will visit The University of Western Australia's Clinical Training and Education Centre (CTEC) to share his expertise on international advances in the treatment and diagnosis of chronic lung disease and respiratory disorders.