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Stunning art exhibition weaves tales of climate change
UOW to save power in energy system overhaul
Job-ready graduates key driver of performance-based funding for universities
A Eureka moment for UOW-led research team
Study shows gaps in understanding of mental health during pregnancy
Russell Reynolds Associates Hires Ty Wiggins
Urban trees found to improve mental and general health
Nowra cultural burn sparks shared learning and community connections
Invading cane toads travel light
Cane toad testes smaller at invasion front
‘I just loved it,’ long-standing law lecturer retires
Grads angling to get an A in fisheries management – part 1
Breakthrough gives artificial muscles superhuman strength
Obese toddlers are getting less sleep
Study into needs of mobility scooter users among projects to win ARC funding
UOW launches inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan
Thinking big: Philosophers gather in Wollongong for annual conference
Free gong Shuttle as popular as ever figures show
Scholarship recipient puts spotlight on health services in country NSW
UOW performs in increasingly competitive market
Approval of Ramsay Centre Linked Degree in Western Civilisation ‘Outrageous’ – Greens
UOW flanks world’s best young universities
Neanderthals used resin ‘glue’ to craft their stone tools
New Australian Antarctic Science Council meets
Ozone depletion driving climate change in Southern Hemisphere
Ramsay Centre Approval by University of Wollongong ‘Outrageous’
Retracing our ancient routes
Tomorrow’s state budget must deliver infrastructure investment and relief for Business
Distinguished Professor, Honorary Doctorate Recipients and University Fellow in Queen’s Birthday Honours
Their Honours honoured for Queen’s Birthday
South Coast communities invited to road test ‘blue economy’
Emerging leaders explore challenges facing world’s oceans
It’s not length of title, it’s hyphenation in citation
Gallery features top working women
Shellharbour Libraries partners with UOW’S Discovery Space in joint commitment to lifelong learning
Hyphens in paper titles harm citation counts and journal impact factors
Students journey into deep past at Lake Mungo
Over 1,300 Food Professionals From 63 Countries Met in Boca Raton, South Florida
UOW celebrates Australia’s first peoples
Australian scientist in running for APEC Science Prize
UNSW and ABC reveal Australia’s Top 5 science scholars
Early Start grows up and out
Top nod to UOW podcaster
Exhibition shines a light on plastic plague in our oceans
Project to trace, track and tackle antimicrobial resistance wins $1 million grant
IT magic moments spreading like wildfire
Industry self-regulation of food advertising doesn’t work, worldwide study shows
Hackathon tests skills in future-proofing