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They're the UWA graduates making their mark with some of the biggest names in the tech world, or who have taken their own ideas and disrupted the established order with a whole new way of doing things.
UWA has many grads making their mark in the tech world and we've continued their success stories here in a series of 'Web Special' stories.
From ‘activity monitor for the brain’ to electric cars, UWA has produced more than its share of game-changing scientific breakthroughs and new technology – and there’s plenty more where that came from.
As the Hockeyroos line up against Canada today in the first round of a battle for Commonwealth gold, UWA's Georgia Wilson, will be cheering them on while recovering from a knee injury, sustained just weeks before the Games kicked off on the Gold Coast.
Four UWA-linked swimmers and two pole vaulters will vie for gold at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast next month.
The Honourable Robert French AC has been formally installed as the 15th Chancellor of UWA at a Winthrop Hall ceremony attended by more than 400 guests
The Honourable Robert French AC was formally installed as the 15th Chancellor of UWA on February 1, taking up the mantle from Dr Michael Chaney AO.
The young-gun brewers, distillers and winemakers using science as a key ingredient to success.
By the time you’re reading this, third-year marketing student Rebel Boylan will have spent more than 100 hours on social media and will know more about netball than she ever thought possible. And all in the name of learning.
Since his inauguration in March 2006, UWA Chancellor Dr Michael Chaney AO has provided strong leadership and guidance during what has been a challenging time and period of great transformation for not only our university but higher education institutions across Australia.
Can the simple act of really looking at and discussing a painting help medical students and trainee doctors build empathy? UWA is involved in a pilot program to find out.