Events

Digital disruption the key to future healthcare

October 11th, 2017

Professor Matthew Bellgard will present the prestigious Dennis Moore Oration for the annual Australian Computer Society in Western Australia, speaking on how we need to embrace digital disruption to advance clinical research.

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Health symposium to improve outcomes for WA families

October 10th, 2017

Health researchers from Murdoch University played a key role in a recent symposium on mental health during pregnancy. Murdoch University’s Professor Megan Galbally jointly organised the event with King Edward Memorial Hospital and Fiona Stanley Hospital.

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Public lecture to give global perspective on future megatrends

September 25th, 2017

The mega trends and mega risks facing our world are the focus of a public lecture at Murdoch University this week. Finland's Ambassador to Australia and New Zealand Lars Backström will present the 2017 Sir Walter Murdoch Lecture on Tuesday 26 September.

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Outstanding achievements celebrated at Murdoch graduations

September 15th, 2017

More than 600 graduates are now part of Murdoch’s global alumni family of 60,000 after two glittering graduation ceremonies this week at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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Future agricultural solutions showcased at Murdoch

September 5th, 2017

Future solutions: Professor Richard Harper (second right) with Murdoch Crop and Pasture Science students at the symposium

From transforming the meat industry with new scanning technology to the transformation of breeding techniques to improve global crop production, Murdoch University’s 2017 Agricultural Research Symposium showcased an exciting future for Western Australian farming.

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Top students and staff honoured by Murdoch

August 25th, 2017

The achievements and academic excellence of Murdoch University students and staff from Mandurah and Rockingham were celebrated at a special ceremony last night.

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Climate expert provides roadmap for Australia’s energy future

August 23rd, 2017

Australia could become the centre of the global renewable energy transformation, according to international climate expert Dr Bill Hare who spoke at Murdoch recently.

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Murdoch shares Whitby Falls Farm with the community

August 22nd, 2017

Oranges and lemons: Mia (left) and Ella Roberts at the Whitby Falls Citrus Picnic

More than a tonne of fruit was plucked from the citrus orchard as Murdoch opened the gates of its Whitby Falls Farm to the public on the weekend.

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Murdoch agriculture research delivers global food solutions

August 21st, 2017

Grain yield: Murdoch researcher Dr Camilla Hill will be among the presenters at the Symposium

Identifying grain pests and ways to sell meat to China will be among key developments in agriculture research that will be showcased at Murdoch University on Friday 1 September.

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Researchers investigate Australia’s relationship with smartphones

August 14th, 2017

Murdoch researchers are playing a leading role in Australia’s Biggest Smartphone Survey—the online project for National Science Week. Dr Lynette Vernon and PhD student Bep Uink will join a collection of Australia’s smart phone experts to ask how smartphones have changed our lives.

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