A research project led by The University of Western Australia in collaboration with Telethon Kids Institute and 13 health research organisations has identified key differences between cancers that respond to immunotherapy and those that do not....[Read more]
More than 40 Year 10 and 11 Indigenous students from across the State will spend their school holidays at The University of Western Australia for the annual Indigenous Science, Engineering and Health Camp where they will learn about future career opportunities....[Read more]
The Federal Government’s strict ‘No Jab, No Pay’ policy is well supported by the majority of Australians, according to a new study by researchers at The University of Western Australia and University of Sydney....[Read more]
Footballers and netballers may be able to reduce the risk of knee injuries simply by modifying the way they change direction, researchers at The University of Western Australia have found in research supported by the AFL.
After five years, a longitudinal study into childhood obesity involving more than 400 families and led by chief investigator Dr Susan Byrne at The University of Western Australia's School of Psychology and the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research is showing an important trend - and raising a difficult question.
A 17-year-old science/law student from The University of Western Australia was today named one of four winners of the prestigious sanofi-aventis International BioGENEius Challengeannounced at the BIO International Convention 2008, the world's biggest biotechnology event, in San Diego.
The University of Western Australia is becoming an increasingly attractive destination for Indian students particularly those undertaking postgraduate study, the University's Vice-Chancellor Professor Alan Robson said today.
Nine high school students from around Australia won't be spending this Saturday playing sport, going to the movies or hanging out with their mates - they'll be building a bridge to China from The University of Western Australia.
The University of Western Australia's Business School has become the only business school in the State to hold the prestigious European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) international business accreditation.
More than 60 brilliant Year 10 and 11 students from city and country WA are aiming to do more than expand their horizons. By taking part in the WA final of the third national Australian Brain Bee Challenge held at The University of Western Australia on June 24, they will be "expanding" the hemispheres of their brains as well.