Fresh Science Competition 2021 : Nominations close 29 July

July 22, 2021

Are you an early-career researcher?

Research to help military families returning home after deployment

July 22, 2021

For members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF), returning from a military deployment can be a challenging time, particularly for those with young families.

Upcoming webinars: Research Integrity

July 22, 2021

Research Integrity for Supervisors and Aspiring Supervisors (Staff researchers only) Staff researchers are invited to join our UOW Research Integrity Advisors for a session discussing the role supervision plays in the responsible conduct of research.

The three of us: Faisal Hai, Ashley Ansari and Michael Stapleton

July 20, 2021

Michael Stapleton is an Environmental Engineer who through his PhD, is investigating the interconnection of two emerging water pollution issues- microplastics and antibiotics.

UOW appoints new Research and Innovation Deans

July 8, 2021

New roles will focus on research knowledge exchange and translation, and researcher development and integrity UOW has appointed three new Deans to its Research and Innovation Division.

2021 DVC Research & Innovation Town Hall Forum: Watch it now

July 8, 2021

All staff were invited to attend the 2021 DVC Research & Innovation Town Hall Forum hosted by the DVC(R&I), Professor Jennifer L.

Supplementary Information Podcast: Episode seven now available

July 8, 2021

In this episode, we chat with archaeologist and palaeobiologist Dr Shimona Kealy about the cuscus, a small possum found not only in northern Australia, Papua New Guinea, and various islands across Southeast Asia but also on the dinner plate.

One-UOW Faculty Research operations

July 6, 2021

With the commencement of One-UOW pooled services for Research from 31 May 2021, there will be changes to the contact personnel for some research services.

Call for applications for Sax Institute Research Action Awards

July 6, 2021

Applications are now open for the Sax Institute’s Research Action Awards 2021. The annual awards honour individuals whose research has made a significant impact on health policy, programs or service delivery.

DNA reveals epic 300,000 year history of cave inhabitation

July 1, 2021

In a landmark study, scientists from Australia, Germany and Russia have used ancient DNA recovered from sediment samples from Denisova Cave in Siberia to reveal a detailed occupational history of this unique site by three distinct groups of ancient humans and a variety of animals over the past 300,000 years.

Introducing ReDBox – UOW’s new research data management system

June 24, 2021

ReDBox is an easy-to-use planning tool that guides you through data management questions and creates a Research Data Management Plan (RDMP).

People’s odds of loneliness could fall by up to half if cities hit 30% green space targets

June 17, 2021

How do we prevent loneliness, which affects one in four Australians on three or more days a week?

AHSRI research: Opioid cessation is associated with reduced pain and improved function in people attending specialist chronic pain services

June 17, 2021

The electronic Persistent Pain Outcomes Collaboration (ePPOC) team as part of AHSRI have been exploring the impact of changes in opioid use during treatment of chronic non-cancer pain.

UOW researcher wins Tall Poppy Science Award

June 15, 2021

Award recognises Hamish Clarke’s outstanding research contributions to bushfire risk and climate change impacts.

UOW authors’ book launch | 11 June

June 8, 2021

On 11 June the Centre for Critical Human Rights Research and the Centre for Colonial and Settler Studies will be co-hosting a the launch of three recently published books featuring UOW School of Humanities and Social Inquiry authors: Susan Engel’s The Global Architecture of Multilateral Development Banks and Kate Bagnall and Julia Martinez’ Locating Chinese Women and Phil Orchard’s Constructing the Responsibility to Protect.