Up to 14 million tonnes of unreported fish catches are being traded illicitly every year, costing the legitimate market between $14 and $26 billion in trade annually, researchers from The University of Western Australia and the University of British Columbia have found....[Read more]
The University of Western Australia has partnered with RAC to launch a new multi-mode transport service – making it the first university in WA to offer a broad range of convenient and environmentally friendly ways to get around campus....[Read more]
People who incorporate sprints into their exercise may be more likely to make healthier food choices after their workout, according to a new study by The University of Western Australia and James Cook University. ...[Read more]
The University of Western Australia has partnered with a WA-based manufacturing company to commercialise an award-winning mechanical weed chipper that serves as a ground-breaking alternative to the use of herbicides for weed management in large scale cropping operations....[Read more]
The transformation of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa into the great portrait par excellence and its rise to global fame from the nineteenth century to the present will be explained at a free public lecture hosted by The University of Western Australia's Institute of Advanced Studies.
The University of Western Australia's Business School has lined up a panel of experts including Professor Raymond da Silva Rosa and Professor Ken Clements to discuss the worldwide financial crisis at a free public forum this week.
Internationally acclaimed novelist Robert Drewe will discuss The Rip, his latest book of short stories set against the background of the Australian coast, at The University of Western Australia on Tuesday 21 October.
Researchers at The University of Western Australia are urging members of the public to join them in this year's International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA) fundraising challenge to circumnavigate the globe on foot three times (120,000km).
The University of Western Australia's Graduate Dramatic Society can't quite believe their luck. Their production of A Laughing Matter, a play never before seen in Australia, is the first to be staged in UWA's freshened-up Dolphin Theatre, which has had a facelift, a lick of paint and a new suspended ceiling.
The two men responsible for mediating peace between Christians and Muslims in Nigeria's Plateau state will be the guest speakers at a free public lecture at The University of Western Australia on Saturday October 25.