research

COVID-impacted Emerging Research Leaders Scheme (CERLS) 2022

November 25, 2021

In January 2021 the Federal Government provided Higher Education Providers with additional funds through the Research Support Program (RSP) to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on Australia’s research activities.

Researcher training: Captivate your listeners

November 25, 2021

When you talk about your research with diverse audiences – such as members of the public, researchers in other fields, or conference attendees – do you observe expressive eyes, affirmative head nods and interested questions?

Research Centre and Institute Framework Review: Consultation period underway

November 23, 2021

The University Research Committee (URC) is conducting a review to develop a new framework for UOW Research Centres and Institutes which will support international research excellence, a positive research culture and growth in high impact (including translational) research.

Research Performance Policy consultation: Staff drop-in sessions

November 18, 2021

The UOW Research Active Policy has been revised to support the 2020-2025 University Strategic Plan and the Research and Innovation Strategy.

WREN event: Creating your roadmap to career success

November 18, 2021

Are you an academic or research student interested in developing your career strategy?

Antimicrobial Resistance Seminar: Spread Awareness, Stop Resistance | 24 November

November 16, 2021

Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is a complex problem that affects all of society.

NSW Government ‘Everyone Plant One’ tree campaign features PowerLab Co-Directors Prof Thomas Astell-Burt (UOW) & A/Prof Xiaoqi Feng (UNSW)

November 9, 2021

Research led by PowerLab co-directors Prof Thomas Astell-Burt (HAS) and A/Prof Xiaoqi Feng (UNSW) has been used by NSW Government in the development and implementation of their ‘Everyone Plant One’ tree planting campaign.

PowerLab Co-Director Prof Thomas Astell-Burt invited to speak at the World Urban Parks Congress in Sydney

November 9, 2021

This event will bring together city and community leaders, park professionals, partners, affiliates, and engaged citizens under the shared goal of advancing parks through proactive and successful strategies.

2021 Diana Temple Memorial Lecture | 10 December

November 9, 2021

You are invited to the 2021 Diana Temple Memorial Lecture  to be presented by Professor Jennifer L.

The three of us: Kelly Newell, Katrina Green and Helen Clunas

November 8, 2021

Behind every great PhD candidate is a dedicated supervisor (or two) PhD candidate Helen Clunas is investigating the involvement of the endocannabinoid system in depression under the watchful eye of Supervisors Dr Katrina Green and Associate Professor Kelly Newell from the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health.

IHMRI webinar: Discussing Diabetes – what do we need to know? | 17 November

November 2, 2021

Discussing Diabetes – what do we need to know?

Survey: Early-career researchers, let us know your thoughts

November 2, 2021

The Early Career Researcher Disruption Committee (EC-DC) invites early career researchers (ECRs) from all Faculties, Research entities, and units across UOW to respond to our 2021 ECR survey.

United Nations/FEO Forestry’s ‘Healthy Cities’ keynote given by Prof Thomas Astell-Burt

November 2, 2021

Prof Thomas Astell-Burt (HAS and PowerLab.site) featured as the ‘Healthy Cities’ keynote speaker at the UN/FAO’s 3rd Asia Pacific Urban Forestry Meeting panel on 26 October.

2023 ARC Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment & Facilities (LIEF): Call for early Expressions of Interest

November 2, 2021

UOW is calling for early Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from applicants who wish to submit an ARC Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment & Facilities (LIEF) application in the upcoming 2023 round.

Research Centre and Institute framework review: Consultation period now open

October 28, 2021

The University Research Committee (URC) is conducting a Review to develop a new framework for UOW Research Centres and Institutes which will support international research excellence, a positive research culture and growth in high impact (including translational) research.