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Perth scientists to play key role monitoring asteroids close to Earth
Cricket legend visits UWA to test wearable technolgy
$4.6 million research centre to help improve safety on WA roads
New era for road safety research in Western Australia
New collaboration to help fight growing herbicide resistance
Understanding ghost bat diet key to protecting endangered species
Rezone marine parks to help conserve sharks
Action plan to save snakes and lizards from extinction
Cutting-edge protein biomarker analysis facility for WA
Let Every Stage Advance: Politicians Think 2034
World-first testing strategy for penicillin
Summer of cinema delights at UWA
UWA scientist leads trial of space robot
Study finds most Australian teens not doing enough physical activity
Tropical fish shredding kelp forests in temperate zones
High cost challenge of personalised screening for bowel cancer
DNA may hold clue to protecting endangered species
New project to polish up our knowledge of Batavia silverware
New app helps break down complexities of superannuation
UWA Law School ranked 75th in world
Dogs are more than companions, they are great for our mental wellbeing
Perth Festival launches 2020 program
Research offers insight into how oldest fossils formed
Study digs up one billion years of green plant evolution
Phone coaching prevents falls in older people
Sensory Science comes to Perth
Lecture to examine: End of Normal in Politics and Economics
Researchers join forces to improve cardiovascular health
Study reveals fatty build up in lungs of overweight and obese
Canning Highway becomes world’s longest stage
Symposium to explore use of new technologies in arts
Indian Ocean Rim at forefront of medical congress in Perth
Digging deep for mine rehabilitation
Funding to investigate reducing risk of surgical infection
Raising Bar: 20 talks, 10 bars, one night
People with lived experience offer powerful insight during Mental Health Week
Environment and population key to reducing child deaths in Africa
Funding boost for heart valve disease and breast cancer research
Ancient rock remains reveal signs pointing to earliest life on Earth
Video to improve breast cancer awareness in women of Timor-Leste
National consortium on mine closure passes first hurdle
Workshops to get kids healthy and active across WA
Exhibition explores night sky through cultural interpretation
Super corals adapt well to cold but struggle with warming oceans
Weight loss program expands as waistlines shrink
Sharing archaeological insights with Barrow Insland’s workforce
UWA retains top spot in WA in Times Higher Education rankings
Study finds crop fungus not linked to malnutrition in Timor-Leste