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Thursday 11 August 2022

Bill Wheeler Symposium to showcase the power and potential of tissue regeneration

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Wednesday 10 August 2022

UOW to host international Labour Econometrics Workshop

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Stories

‘Let it rip’: Barangaroo, a masterclass in planning as deal-making

The battle lines have been drawn over the fateful final piece of Barangaroo.

UOW shines in engineering, nursing in global subject rankings

ShanghaiRanking places UOW in top 100 worldwide in eight subjects

UOW to hold the first symposium on Mobility Justice

Speakers to discuss ongoing impact of COVID-19 changes in personal and societal mobility

Better Oceans, Better Futures: Project explores Indigenous approaches to ocean stewardship

UOW, Aboriginal communities work towards a culturally sensitive, sustainable ocean governance model

‘Die of cold or die of stress?’

Social housing is frequently colder than global health guidelines

How Sydney's Barangaroo tower paved the way for a culture of closed-door deals

An obscure government policy, the “unsolicited proposals” process, has become a well-used tool to circumvent the standard approval processes for urban planning in Australia


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