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Tuesday 4 October 2022

Researchers at UOW’s Molecular Horizons unlock structure of a protein from bacteria-killing virus

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Wednesday 28 September 2022

UOW early career researchers awarded $1.3 million in funding

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Stories

Play isn’t just for children, older generations can benefit too

UOW researchers launch new resource to support intergenerational playgroups

Early Start to capture children’s imaginations with Science Week, Book Week activities

Workshops, digital playgroups to explore themes of art, creativity and science

UOW researchers work on healthy eating guidelines for childcare services

When it comes to healthy eating habits, prevention is better than cure

Girls’ mental health has been affected more than boys’ during the pandemic

New research finds that school-aged girls’ mental wellbeing has been disproportionately affected by the COVID pandemic when compared with boys

Increased NSW Government investment in early childhood education welcomed

The additional funding will assist prospective early childhood teachers to enter the sector

Edtech is treating students like products. Here’s how we can protect children’s digital rights

Governments and schools can both take steps to ensure children’s digital rights are enabled and protected.


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