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By Deirdre McGhee

Searching for cures for cancer in the deep-sea

The cure for cancer might be hidden in the deepest depths of the ocean, according to UOW chemist Dr Danielle Skropeta.

New report finds ozone-depleting chemical is on the rise

The abundance of an ozone-damaging, chlorine-containing gas in the Earth’s atmosphere is on the rise. 

UNIque Experience Days make the transition easier

Making the transition from high school to university is about to be made a lot easier with Year 10 students from Wollongong, Southern Highlands, Nowra, Batemans Bay and Bega to get a foretaste of university life during November.

Indigenous health project shares in $9million of ARC funding

Projects to boost Indigenous health and examine the history of IVF among latest funded by ARC. 

High school students put ink to paper with visiting manga artists

Japanese language and cultural high school students attended a manga drawing workshop with two visiting international artists at the University of Wollongong recently.


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