January 13th, 2017
An international study involving researchers from Western Australia and the United States has unlocked a key behavioural schedule in spinner dolphins, which could provide crucial insight to conservation measures for the free-ranging animals.
August 2nd, 2016
Murdoch University’s Arts Outreach team recently welcomed over 250 high school students to a dynamic and engaging program, which gave the visitors a closer look at Asia, its culture and why the region is so important to Australia.
July 29th, 2016
In reaction to the disturbing scenes of torture and inhumane treatment from the Don Dale Youth Detention Centre in Darwin, Director of Clinical Legal Education, Anna Copeland writes an opinion piece on children in solitary confinement.
July 28th, 2016
Two Murdoch students involved in the University’s Elite Athlete Program have been selected as inaugural marquee players in the new AFL national women’s league.
July 21st, 2016
Murdoch University is again preparing to welcome thousands of visitors onto its South Street campus for the 2016 Murdoch Open Day on Sunday 24 July. Over 1,000 Murdoch volunteers will be on hand for this year's event.
July 15th, 2016
A team of students from Murdoch University has picked up a number of awards at an international law competition.
July 14th, 2016
Murdoch University forensic science students have gained valuable crime scene experience with the help of dead pigs.
July 12th, 2016
Mary Anne Kenny, Associate Professor from Murdoch’s School of Law, joins industry experts in co-authoring an article for The Conversation, responding to what the Coalition’s agenda will mean for key policy areas.
December 11th, 2015
An 18-week work placement in the Wheatbelt has propelled the development of two Master of Counselling students Yvette Patrick and Andre Burton, and in the process helped members of the region suffering from mental health issues.
October 27th, 2015
In an opinion piece for The Conversation, senior research associate in plant virology at Murdoch University, Dr Steve Wylie looks at the importance of building Australia’s intellectual property (IP) with its genetic heritage, and questions whether our State and Federal Governments should continue to allow the legal export of our native seeds.