Projects by field: Industry

The Energy and Minerals Institute

The Energy and Minerals Institute (EMI) is UWA’s gateway for industry to engage with cutting-edge university research across the depth and breadth of resource-related issues. The EMI advances UWA’s century long commitment to supporting and developing the industries which continue to drive the Western Australian economy.

Perth USAsia Centre at UWA

The Perth USAsia Centre, launched by US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, is a new West Australian-based institution aimed at strengthening ties between the United States, Australia and the Asian region.

LNG: The Future of WA’s Gas Market

UWA key scientists are making valuable breakthroughs for the entire LNG value-chain by leading research infrastructure at the University.

The UWA Oceans Institute

The UWA Oceans Institute (OI) was established to further enhance the capabilities of marine research in Western Australia by drawing together the University’s researchers and collaborators in the fields of marine science, engineering, social sciences and governance.

UWA Woodside Energy post-graduate scholarship

A post-graduate capacity building scholarship will be offered to a citizen of Myanmar to study at UWA, jointly funding by the University and Woodside Energy.

Plastic Pollution in the Ocean

The global production of plastics has been growing exponentially over the last decades.  Now we live in the Plastic Age, where societies rely on synthetic polymers for most of their activities.  Given our massive plastic production and waste, plastics are nowadays the most abundant component of anthropogenic debris entering our oceans. How are scientists assessing the […]

"I am confident that in the coming decades the city of Perth will grow in importance as a centre of business, educational and technological excellence in the region. This State will also continue to develop as the epicentre of a global resource and mineral supply economy delivering the growth that has seen an economic power shift to the Asian and Indian Ocean regions." Michael Chaney
Chancellor, The University of Western Australia