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University of Wollongong academic wins prestigious Calibre Essay Prize

Associate Professor Michael Adams explores the fine line between life and death through freediving.University of Wollongong (UOW) Associate Professor of Human Geography, Michael Adams from the Faculty of Social Science...

Politics and Society
Tagged: Social Sciences

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Early Start celebrates second birthday

An initiative bringing research, education and community together for all childrenTo celebrate its second birthday, Early Start at the University of Wollongong (UOW) is hosting a week of music-inspired games, workshops, special guests, activities, giveaways and lots more in the Early Start Discov...

Tagged: Early Start Facility

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Nanotech breakthrough reduces car exhaust pollution

Researchers create material that improves catalytic converter efficacy by “three to four times”Researchers at the University of Wollongong (UOW) and Australian Nuclear Science Technology Organisation (ANSTO), working with colleagues in Japan, Turkey and Bangladesh, have developed a na...

Science and Technology
Tagged: Clean energy, Chemistry, Engineering, Pollution, Research

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UOW extends partnership with Dragons

Community ties key to longstanding partnership The St George Illawarra Dragons and University of Wollongong have announced an extension of their Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), where their longstanding partnership will extend until at least 2020. The partnership renewal was signed at a formal ...

Tagged: Community, St George Illawarra Dragons

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A SMART digital revolution for Wollongong

From flood mapping to improving wheelchair accessibility, a free-to-air digital network will transform Wollongong into a living laboratory through the launch of an Internet of Things (IoT) networkLaunched today (17 May) and led by The University of Wollongong’s (UOW)

Science and Technology
Tagged: Innovation, Wollongong, Information & Communication Technology

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