A RECENT study has confirmed long-held suspicions regarding the way Australia is presented in tourism imagery and the perceptions held by young tourists.
A PICTIONARY-like game has been used in research that suggests human communication has evolved to be easy to use rather than easy to learn.
GOVERNMENT-procured buildings in Perth should be required to have rooftop gardens, plant-covered walls or other green spaces equivalent at least to the footprint of the building, according to a leading sustainability expert.
THE issue of children’s sedentary behaviour as a result of watching television at home has once again been raised by UWA researchers, who have suggested that parent’s behaviour and TV limiting devices help to reduce children’s inactivity.
MURDOCH University researchers have taken a scientific approach to understanding the pressures of body image on Australian girls, and the findings are surprising.
A FIRST ever study has identified mortality risk factors for patients undergoing interhospital transfers to tertiary hospital Emergency Departments (ED) in Perth—informing future clinical practice and policy.
A SERIES of reviews of Australian archaeological studies is helping to formulate a theory of how and when people occupied various parts of the continent, including WA’s Kimberley region.