Research funding coffee drop-in sessions

April 17, 2019

Seed and Project funding is now open to UOW researchers!

2019 UGPN Research Collaboration Fund now open

April 17, 2019

The University Global Partnership Network (UGPN) is an academic consortium spanning four continents, including the universities North Carolina State University (USA), the University of Sao Paolo (Brazil), University of Surrey (UK) and the University of Wollongong.

UOW PowerLab Co-Director gives green space and diabetes prevention talk

April 12, 2019

Professor Thomas Astell-Burt, Founding Co-Director of PowerLab at the School of Health and Society, gave a keynote speech entitled “Enhancing Diabetes Prevention and Care through Healthier Urban Design” at the Western Sydney Diabetes Leaders Alliance meeting on 3 April 2019.

Prison medicine conference: Registrations close 12 April

April 11, 2019

Prison medicine: Health and incarceration in history *Registrations closing soon* The provision of health and health services to prisoners has brought about diverse issues and complications throughout history.

Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme

April 10, 2019

The Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme is currently open for applications.

Engagement and Impact assessment reveals economic, health, environmental and social benefits of research

April 8, 2019

The Australian Research Council’s (ARC) inaugural Engagement and Impact assessment (EI 2018), recently released by the Federal Minister for Education the Hon.

Call for volunteers: Perceptions of whole grain foods

April 7, 2019

UOW’s School of Medicine is seeking volunteers for focus groups exploring factors affecting whole grain consumption. The study will provide insight into consumer perspectives which will help to guide future health initiatives to encourage intake of whole grains and dietary fibre.

Australian Coal Association Research Program: 2019 round now open

April 3, 2019

ACARP is a collaborative program that utilises the experience and technical strength of both the coal mining industry and research institutions in solving problems and addressing issues of significance to the industry’s long term future.

Exhibition: Antarctic footprints

April 3, 2019

‘Antarctic Footprints: Showcasing a Century of Human Exploration and Exploitation’ is a public exhibition documenting the human presence in Antarctica over the last century and the impact humans have had on its environment.

Call for participants: Research study for kids aged 7 to 12 years

March 28, 2019

Professor Stuart Johnstone in collaboration with Evolve Psychological and Assessment Services is recruiting children* aged 7-12 years to participate in a research study, which aims to understand brain activity, executive functions, sleep patterns and a few other factors in typically-developing children.

Decommissioning RIS public profile pages

March 25, 2019

Continuing the plan to focus on UOW Scholars as the primary profile platform for UOW researchers, we are now in the final stages of decommissioning Research Information System (RIS) public profile pages.

Coal Services Health and Safety Trust: 2019 EOIs now open

March 20, 2019

The Coal Services Health and Safety Trust supports the Australian coal mining industry by funding research projects that will have a positive effect on the health and safety of coal mine workers, operators and the wider mining community.

Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) 2019–2020 Grants Program

March 20, 2019

The AFAANZ grants program aims to fund quality projects that address or respond to contemporary and future challenges to accounting and finance practice, policy and/or the professions.

Global Challenges funding now open

March 20, 2019

Would you like to collaborate on a research project with peers from other faculties?

IHMRI Seminar Series | Thursday 21 March

March 18, 2019

Antimicrobial peptides in model membranes and live bacteria Thursday 21 March l 11.30 am – 12.30 pm l Bldg 20, Room 5 Join us for this seminar presented by Professor Frances Separovic, Deputy Director of the Bio21 Institute at the University of Melbourne.