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Monday 17 January 2022

Electrical stimulation shown to generate hair follicles

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UOW partners with the University of British Columbia to treat spinal cord injury

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Stories

Digging deep

DNA molecules in ancient dirt offer a treasure trove of clues to our past

What is the UV index?

Associate Professor Sarah Loughran explains what it means and how it’s calculated

Lost touch with friends during lockdown? Here’s how to reconnect (and let go of ‘toxic’ ones)

As we resume our social lives after strict COVID restrictions have lifted, many of us are finding it’s time to take stock of our friendships

Instead of putting more massive trucks on our roads, we need to invest in our rail network

Large numbers of trucks accessing the ports not only add to road construction and maintenance bills, they also make our roads less safe and more congested, and add to noise and air pollution.

COVID has changed students’ needs and expectations

How do universities respond?

That reverse mortgage scheme the government is about to re-announce, how does it work?

The misleadingly named Pension Loans Scheme is available to all retirees with homes and not just pensioners


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