We research interdisciplinary responses to water problems, synthesise diverse research outputs into practical solutions, and influence policy, regulation, and practice to promote adoption.
The Centre for Energy at UWA is a dedicated centre for world-class energy research and technology development.
CRAR+M aspires to be a leader in rock art conservation and management by research-driven advocacy for its priceless heritage values.
The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology (PEB) is a cutting-edge research centre focused on better understanding the ways plants capture, convert and use energy in response to environmental change, with a view towards improved plant energy efficiency.
The Centre for Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine (CCTRM) is a collaborative research space for stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine.
As cities begin integrating sustainable practices into long-term planning, more rigorous and comprehensive measures are needed to understand the complex ties between land-use and transport choices.
The Marshall Centre was founded in 2007 to celebrate the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Professor Barry Marshall and Emeritus Professor Robin Warren.
The UWA Institute of Agriculture aims to enhance The University of Western Australia's contribution to the advancement of agriculture and to the management of natural resources in selected international, national and regional settings.
The FEnEx CRC will execute cutting-edge, industry-led research, education and training to help sustain Australia’s position as a leading LNG and Hydrogen exporter.
The Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre is enabling the growth of battery industries to power Australia’s future.
Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy addresses complex, multi-faceted environmental problems through quality research, engagement and training.
CRC-TiME will drive transformational change to enable regions and communities to transition to a prosperous and sustainable post mine future.
A not-for-profit organisation providing the West Australian community with a multidisciplinary approach to ear and hearing health. The Institute is composed of four pillars, which systematically address our key areas of audiology practice and science.
The Centre for Evolutionary Biology is a University of Western Australia Centre of Excellence, delivering excellence in research, and research training.
The UWA Oceans Institute brings together the University’s multidisciplinary research strengths across areas including oceanography, ecology, engineering, resource management and governance to address key ocean challenges.
AfREC produces research, teaching, training and other collaborations with partners to address sustainable development challenges and responsibilities and to strengthen wider Australia-Africa relations. The Centre drives innovative and ethical collaborations between Australia and Africa.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies undertakes world-best integrated research for sustainable use and management of coral reefs.