INNOVATIVE research into how the human brain functions was in the spotlight at the inaugural Science on the Swan conference in Perth this week.
IN A world-first Princess Margaret Hospital researchers are actively treating joint bleeds in children with haemophilia A by removing the blood from the joint, and they have proven the treatment is safe.
Written by Kylie Bishop, participant at Esperance Sustainability and Environment Exploration Group
Armed with their cameras and instructions from renowned local photographer Dan Paris on what makes a memorable image, a group of 12 teenagers recently headed off to secret locations around Esperance in search of elusive shots.
A group of Karratha locals got to see first-hand how the science of cooking exposes some common food myths that even famous chefs get wrong.
As part of Big Data Week (April 20-26), ScienceNetwork WA invited the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre to share some of its insights on big data through a five-part series. Today, read about the Aurora bushfire detection system and how it helps keep us safe.
WHILE audiences in Perth attend Walking with Dinosaurs this weekend palaeontologists working near Broome will be documenting the extinct vertebrates’ extensive fossilised footsteps using laser scanning technology.
This week University of Western Australia’s Madeline McAllister offers a view into the method behind documenting underwater shipwrecks like the doomed Batavia and constructing digital models for public and archaeological benefit.
This week Curtin University's Janet Beilby considers stuttering disorder and the role that a person's temperament plays on the severity of their stutter.
AS PART of Big Data Week (April 20-26), ScienceNetwork WA invited the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre to share some of its insights on big data through a five-part series. Today, Curtin University Radio Astronomy Professor Steven Tingay explores how huge amounts of data generated by local astronomy projects is managed.
A STUDY comparing gullies on Earth with those on Mars has concluded that fluid—possibly surface water activity— is the most likely creation process for the Martian ravines.