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Call for caution over handling bats due to risk of deadly virus

Public health warnings about coming into contact with bats should be stepped up to prevent the risk of exposure to a potentially deadly virus, according to a new study.

Call for caution over handling bats due to risk of deadly virus

Public health warnings about coming into contact with bats should be stepped up to prevent the risk of exposure to a potentially deadly virus, according to a new study.

Opinion: The Australian test - uncapped student numbers

Uncapped student numbers creates opportunity for all, writes UOW Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Wellings.

One of the world’s largest steel manufacturers visits UOW

Delegates from one of the world’s largest steel manufacturers, BaoSteel, visited UOW this week to collaborate with the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences.

Evidence-based solutions to the problem of alcohol-fuelled violence needed

A University of Wollongong legal academic has added her voice to the debate over the NSW Government’s recently announced response to widespread anxiety about alcohol-fuelled violence.

Geoscientist’s outstanding contribution rewarded with Academy of Science award

One of Australia’s most highly respected geoscientists, who is currently an Honorary Professorial Fellow at the University of Wollongong, was today (21 January) announced a recipient of a prestigious 2014 annual award from the Australian Academy of Science.


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