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UOW researcher awarded for mass spectrometry work

Levitated droplets help to understand aerosol chemistryUniversity of Wollongong’s Associate Professor Adam Trevitt from the Laser Chemistry Laboratory has been presented the 2017 Michael Guilhaus Research Award by the Australian...

Science and Technology
Tagged: Chemistry, Research

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University of Wollongong students get clear vision on incident prevention

Student Leaders train peers on managing personal safety and well-being during orientation week.Students at the University of Wollongong (UOW) have had their eyes opened to the importance of maintaining their personal safety through peer-led training workshops during orientation week.<...

Tagged: Accommodation, Health

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Kakadu site dates Australia’s human history back to at least 65,000 years ago

More than 10,000 artefacts recovered at site, revealing new details about the first AustraliansNew evidence uncovered by a team of archaeologists and dating specialists shows Aboriginal people have been in Australia for at least 65,000 years — much longer than the 47,000 y...

Science and Technology
Tagged: Research, Science, Women in Science

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University of Wollongong marks July graduation celebrations

Students raise their hats to an innovative education. Students from the Faculty of Business and the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences will be acknowledged for their academic achievements at the University of Wollongong’s (UOW) July graduation celebrations over the next tw...

Tagged: Engineering, Information & Communication Technology, Business

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Islamic State remains a threat despite defeats

Military setbacks haven’t diminished terrorist organisation’s appeal to would-be jihadistsDespite its setbacks on the battlefield, Islamic State still holds its appeal to disaffected Muslim youth in Western democracies, says University of Wollongong academic

Politics and Society
Tagged: Research

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