What does it take to pursue impossible?
No two impossibles are the same. Our graduates, staff and students are great examples of how hard work, determination and connection to the UWA community makes pursuing the impossible a reality.
Sleep for Performance
A career in sleep science may sound relaxing but Ian Dunican isn’t one to rest on his laurels.
Delivering gene therapies
Jessica is working to develop a safe and efficient method to deliver gene therapies.
Helping to feed the world
Professor Rajeev Varshney is working to enhance crop productivity and benefit human health.
Understanding cell communication
Alistair works with DNA sequencing and bioinformatics to understand cancer and genetic diseases.
Empowerment through education
Sara is helping others to reach their full potential.
Overcoming every obstacle
Strength and determination helped Zac to walk, and run, again.
The Ultimate Frisbee dream
It sounds like a kid's dream come true, but Jodie can call herself an expert in the Frisbee field.
Helping the vulnerable
After working at a summer camp in North Carolina, Stephan Lund found his passion for social work.
On the up and up
You could say entrepreneurship is in Ronan’s blood.
Searching for a cure
Sarah is on a career path towards finding a cure for motor neuron disease.
Gravitational waves discovered
As a young boy captivated by the Russians launch of Sputnik, David's future career was set in stone.
Always remember your passion
Jade shows you don’t have to give up one passion to follow another.
Reaching for the stars
As a kid obsessed with science and space TV shows, Simon was destined for astronomy.
Smiling her way to success
Louisa is proof you can take your career in any direction you choose.
Searching for sharks
Shane found his niche somewhere between music and science.
As a young performer and composer, James has found a passion in the field of research.
Study by numbers
After discovering pure mathematics, Melissa has never looked back.
Already an inspiration
Despite incredible adversity, Vinka's pursuit is becoming Derby’s first Aboriginal doctor.
Igniting a love for mentoring
From a young age, Ilona Quahe has been interested in issues of social justice and equality.