Cutting-edge leukaemia diagnostic test methods invented here in WA and a host of blood treatment and management issues and innovations are being discussed at an international conference hosted by The University of Western Australia this week....[Read more]
Improving environmental management during mine rehabilitation and closure was the focus of a week-long field course for environmental science students from The University of Western Australia and mineral engineering students from Canada’s University of Toronto....[Read more]
The University of Western Australia Business School has once again received European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) re-accreditation, reinforcing its status as a leading business school worldwide....[Read more]
A team of surgeons from across Australia including researchers from The University of Western Australia has been awarded more than $780,000 from the Federal Government’s Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) to investigate the causes of surgical infections and train the next generation of surgical researchers....[Read more]
New initiatives aimed at attracting young people to science and science teaching will be on top of the agenda for more than 90 science teachers from Western Australian high schools at a breakfast at The University of Western Australia on Monday 13 October 2008.
The latest published offering by The University of Western Australia's Anthropology and Sociology researcher Dr Martin Forsey compares Australian values associated with private education to those in other countries and suggests our desire for choice is creating a wider class divide.
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.