Medical Researchers discuss Alzheimer’s and Motor Neurone Disease breakthroughs
Leading medical researchers will converge on Wollongong this week as UOW hosts the second annual Proteostasis and Disease Symposium.
Announcement for new health care facility in Nowra
UOW's Graduate School of Medicine will officially announce on Thursday 6 November that it has entered into an agreement with Grand Pacific Health (GPH) which will provide exciting opportunities for both students and local health professionals as part of the new health precinct in Nowra.
Fair ignites passion for science in young minds
More than 850 primary and high school students from the Illawarra, Sydney and beyond will present their experiments at the UOW Illawarra Coal Science Fair on Wednesday 5 November.
First official PetaJakarta tweet sent from SMART Infrastructure Facility
PetaJakarta, a pilot study utilising a geosocial intelligence framework to map instances of flooding in the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta, was officially launched in Wollongong on 29 October.
Economics hijackers could do with a history lesson
By Simon Ville
Too much Dr Who, and too little Dr Karl: Sorting science facts from science fiction
With more than three-quarters of Australians believing scientists have discovered life on other planets, and more than half thinking “Back to the Future” style hoverboards have been invented, it’s time to set the record straight.