Join an Active UWA Project as a Research participant
Be a part of identifying and collecting important research data and contributing to future discoveries.
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.
Are your breasts dense?
Increased breast density is a strong risk factor for breast cancer. Women between the ages of 18 and 40 are invited to have their breast density measured. It is completely safe, painless and takes 20 minutes from start to finish.
Digging Deep for WA’s Underground Inhabitants
MicroBlitz is a crowdsourced, citizen science project that seeks to identify the communities of soil microbes that inhabit Western Australia’s (WA) soils.
Evaluating drivers’ attitudes towards cyclists in WA
This study investigates some of the factors that may play a role in car drivers’ and cyclists’ interactions on the road. The insights generated by this research will help make roads safer and more enjoyable for cyclists and car drivers alike.
How does our Sense of Self Develop?
This research attempts to understand the nature of narcissism in adults and children, and to identify factors that contribute to its development.
RecFishing Visions – Understanding Recreational Fishing Communities
Been fishing for fun lately? Fishers of all levels and abilities are encouraged to take part in a 15 minute survey to help us understand how you would like to see your local waters managed.
Mobile Messaging and Physical Activity in an Organised Public Challenge
Activity Challenges are an effective means to get people started with assessing the state of their health and through active social engagement with others and their environment, set about improving the quality of their lives.
The Western Australian Eye Protection Study
Our research aims to investigate the levels of sun exposure that can reduce the risk of becoming short sighted, while also preventing skin cancer.
Kings Park Honour Avenues App
This project will develop a smart device application to reveal the soldiers’ stories: placing individuals in the context of military campaigns, regiments, and historical events.