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UOW launches free online course in mathematics

UOW has launched a new online course, 'The Reluctant Mathematician', in partnership with its local library network.

Westpac and UOW join forces to help address technology skills shortage

Based on current trends, Australia’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry will be critically challenged in attracting, developing and retaining sufficient IT talent within the next five years and beyond.

Reuters correspondent to give free public lecture

Reuters correspondent JJ Robinson will visit UOW to give a free public lecture on Thursday 6 February.

Coastal research collaboration with Brazil begins

 The coasts of southeastern Australia and southern Brazil have much in common – and now coastal researchers from the two countries will benefit from working more closely together. 

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.


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