Aurora Milroy

UWA student awarded prestigious scholarship

Friday, 11 September 2015

Graduate Aurora Milroy, from The University of Western Australia’s School of Indigenous Studies, is one of three Australians to receive a prestigious 2015 UK Chevening/Charlie Perkins Scholarship, to complete a Masters degree at Oxford University.

Barry J Marshall Science Library

UWA Science Library renamed in Nobel Laureate's honour

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Ten years after Professor Barry Marshall’s Nobel Prize, The University of Western Australia has renamed its Science Library in his honour.

Black hole

Volunteer black hole hunters as good as the experts

Monday, 7 September 2015

Trained volunteers are as good as professional astronomers at finding jets shooting from massive black holes and matching them to their host galaxies, research suggests.

Joe Hung, Judith Katzenellenbogen and Marianne Wood

Call for better cardiac care in the Pilbara

Friday, 4 September 2015

Health care experts are calling for a review of cardiac care services in the Pilbara after a forum attended by more than 70 healthcare professionals found  local residents were receiving unacceptably low levels of care. 

Emeritus Professor Geoffrey Bolton

UWA pays tribute to historian Geoffrey Bolton

Friday, 4 September 2015

The University of Western Australia extends its deepest sympathy to family, friends and colleagues of distinguished historian Emeritus Professor Geoffrey Bolton, who has passed away in Perth at the age of 83.

Pat Dudgeon

Calls for greater action to prevent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide

Thursday, 3 September 2015

A leading researcher in the field of Indigenous Mental Health at The University of Western Australia has used the approach of World Suicide Prevention Day to call for united action to reduce Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide rates, which remain among the highest in the world.

Boris Baer

Discover UWA's best ideas at Research Week

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Find out how sleep disorders are related to the shape of your face, whether plant biology and advances in genomics could alleviate the growing global food crisis, and what our homes and communities will look like when living to over 100 is the norm.

Arctic expedition Lara Gracia-Corral

Arctic study finds CO2 helps plants grow but only at low temperatures

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

A new international study involving researchers from The University of Western Australia has found that carbon dioxide (CO2) has a positive effect on producing organic material at low temperatures in the Arctic Ocean, but that this effect disappears once temperatures increase.

Quentin Bryce

Perth to host global conversation on gender equality

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Former governor general Quentin Bryce, Western Australia’s Chief Justice Wayne Martin and WA Governor Kerry Sanderson are among several prominent Australian and international speakers addressing a major forum on gender equality later this week.

New study asks why some motorists are more aggressive to cyclists

New study asks why some motorists are more aggressive to cyclists

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

New research by a scientist at The University of Western Australia contradicts a commonly held view that non cyclist car drivers are more aggressive towards bike riders than motorists who are also cyclists.