Research

Staying on top of wasted efforts

August 10, 2021

It was once believed that the concrete used to build our cities’ sewer pipes would easily last a hundred years or longer.

Industry 4.0 update

August 10, 2021

Industry 4.0, also known as the “fourth Industrial Revolution”, is a new wave of innovation centred on automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies.

ReDBox drop-in sessions

August 5, 2021

Staff and student researchers are invited to come along to a ReDBox drop-in session to learn all about ReDBox and how it can help you and your research project.

IHMRI bite size Science Week webinars

August 5, 2021

Have you ever had a health related science question but haven’t had the opportunity to ask it?

The two of us: Natalia Hanley and Helen Simpson

August 3, 2021

Behind every great PhD candidate is a dedicated supervisor Helen Simpson is a PhD candidate, researcher & sessional teacher at UOW and is currently completing her PhD research focusing on the evaluation of Domestic Violence Evidence-in-Chief.

Prioritising emerging research leaders

August 3, 2021

UOW recently announced 28 research fellows as part of its Prioritising Emerging Research Leaders (PERL) Fellowship Scheme.

Improving the ocean starts at our coast

July 29, 2021

The Second World Ocean Assessment was released in April, in connection with Earth Day 2021.

Every last drop: What if the coming shortage is not of water, but of storage?

July 27, 2021

Water is in demand all over the world.

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.

IHMRI Webinar: Know your kidneys

July 22, 2021

On 5 August, IHMRI will be presenting ‘Know your kidneys  – What you need to know about our body’s key filtering system’ This free webinar will focus on the impact of kidney disease in our communities.

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.