Help Fund a UWA Research Project
Get involved with the future of UWA Research. Contribute to a Research project.
The Noisy Guts Project – non-invasive diagnosis of gut disorders
The Noisy Guts Project is the brainchild of Nobel Laureate, Prof Barry Marshall. The team are developing an acoustic belt that records gut noises so doctors can accurately screen, diagnose and monitor gut disorders and diseases.
Food Security: Empowering young scientists in East Africa
Join us in the fight for global food security. We want to empower young scientists to teach smallholder farmers to protect their crops in Kenya and shape the future of food security in East Africa.
Saving gentle giants: protecting manta rays through research
This research will explore the use of genetic techniques to improve the management and protection of these threatened ocean giants.
Fairy Croc Father Posters – Oral Health for Aboriginal Children
Help us improve oral health for Aboriginal children. With the community we have developed oral health posters which are great for children of all ages. Help us develop and distribute oral health materials for Aboriginal children.
A simple blood test for early detection of premature birth
This new test provides the earliest chance of detecting premature birth, with a simple blood test. Help us raise the funds to complete the validation stage and bring this life changing test to women.
Wing Threads – Flight to the Tundra
I’m a zoologist turned pilot intending to fly a microlight from Australia to Siberia to promote urgent action for shorebirds. I need your help to give this project wings!
Help Protect the Colobus Monkeys of Rwanda
The Ruwenzori Colobus Monkey of Eastern Africa is endangered by future habitat loss. By studying their resource and habitat requirements we can help conserve this endangered species in the wild.
Homeward Bound: Empowering Women for a more Sustainable Future
What if achieving gender balance at the leadership table was one of the most effective ways to influence environmental sustainability and reduce human impact?
Help Support Western Australian Writing with Westerly Magazine
Westerly needs your help to continue producing Western Australian writing. With recent arts funding cuts, we are turning to the community to help us raise the funds to pay our wonderful writers.
Help Save the Pygmy Hippo
Join us as we help save the Pygmy Hippo. Help support conservation research for this smaller hippo, native to rainforests of West Africa.
How nature and nurture created biodiversity in south-western Australia
Help archaeologists learn more about how Aboriginal Australians conserved wildlife.