Teenagers get hands-on with science at new multi-million dollar facility
From dabbling with DNA to concocting chemistry creations and using real satellite data to investigate climate change, high school students from around New South Wales visited UOW for a fun three days of school holiday science from 8-10 July.
What stone tools found in southern tip of Africa tell us about the human story
Many more twists still remain in the human story, write archaeologists Alex Mackay, Manuel Will, and Natasha Phillips.
Virtual to reality: mine training keeping workers safer
Simulating dangerous environments through virtual reality training is helping save lives in the coal industry.
Just add water for new wonder material
Walking on water and a liquid that can stop a bullet sound like the powers of comic book superheroes.
Pair honoured for their research into archaeological dating
Two leading scientists have been honoured for their research in the dating of archaeological deposits.
Engineering a solution to rustic art
An artistic representation of the relationship between Australia and Japan has been salvaged from decay thanks to the expertise of UOW materials engineers.