Celebrating 50 years of research at UON
The recent release of the Federal budget has put the spotlight on paid parental leave. While fathers these days are more engaged with their children, how much time do they spend caring for their baby?
This Mother's Day we highlight the research of Professor Roger Smith, Director of the University's Mothers and Babies Research Centre, and internationally recognised leader in the pathophysiology of human pregnancy.
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has exposed many failures within the church. Dr Kathleen McPhillips who observed the Royal Commission writes about the darker side of the church.
This Saturday Australians will switch off their lights to show support for action on global warming. UON researchers are working to solve the problems related to global warming and climate change.
On Monday the Treasurer stated that 20% youth unemployment is "not a crisis". But for the individual person, it is a crisis.
In March 2014 Newcastle Knights rugby league player Alex McKinnon broke his neck in a tackle. A year on we look at UON research into exercise therapy for partial spinal cord injury.
We would like to acknowledge our women researchers and congratulate them on their achievements. Read stories which highlight the challenges, absurdities, incongruities, success, and lives of women in research.
Terrorist events have been making headlines recently, both locally and globally. Our Prime Minister Tony Abbott has also been in the media addressing national security concerns.
Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are Australians on death row in Bali for a crime they committed a decade ago. Dr Kit Messham-Muir writes about artist Ben Quilty's support for the two convicted drug smugglers.
"The human heart has transfixed mankind since the beginning of history. It's about the size of a fist, yet it's been the subject of poetic discourse, lovers' quarrels and scientific scrutiny since time began"
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