Media Centre

Friday 24 June 2022

We asked the public about being lonely during lockdowns. For many, Zoom calls weren’t enough – and some still haven’t recovered

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Wednesday 22 June 2022

UOW to conduct study on the pandemic experience of essential workers

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Stories

UOW PhD graduate receives prestigious gold medal from nuclear institute

Dr Jessie Posar shares how a high school science teacher changed the course of her life

Degrees in music and physics not such a strange pairing for Sebastian

Two topics of interest enable student to thrive in his studies

Cancer treatment breakthroughs receive funding

Cutting-edge tech to limit damage to healthy tissue

CMRP to play key role in space technology testing network

Space qualification facilities will test suitability of technology for use in space

UOW scientists join European Space Agency lunar missions team

Centre for Medical Radiation Physics will develop instruments to measure radiation doses to astronauts

Promising new therapy for inoperable brain cancers

Magnetic nanoparticle could be used in combination with radiation treatment and heat therapy to kill cancer cells


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