Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment • 25 Feb 2015
The team behind the University of Newcastle's highly successful 'What is Engineering?' video has now created 'The cool maths behind engineering' to encourage higher participation in mathematics.
News • 24 Feb 2015
Hunter researchers have identified a significant new risk factor for triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), impacting women who would currently fall outside genetic testing benchmarks for the disease.
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment • 23 Feb 2015
Why does an eminent computer scientist team up with a Renaissance literature expert? To design a study using information theory and computer science methods and determine the authorship of plays and poems where that authorship is unknown or disputed, including some of the works of William Shakespeare.
• 20 Feb 2015
UON welcomes all students - new and returning - for the start of Semester 1 2015.
• 20 Feb 2015
The Port Macquarie community will celebrate an important milestone today, Friday 20 February, when the University of Newcastle (UON) Port Macquarie campus graduates its first cohort of midwives.
Faculty of Business and Law • 19 Feb 2015
Dr Hao Tan discusses the role that industrial policies play in driving China's energy transition
News • 17 Feb 2015
A school-based physical activity study called ATLAS (Active Teen Leaders Avoiding Screen-time) has achieved the double 'whammy' – a marked improvement in fitness among adolescent boys and a reduction in television and video game usage.
News • 16 Feb 2015
UON Professor in Nutrition and Dietetics Clare Collins is leading a national campaign to encourage more Australians to cook at home and win the battle of the bulge.
Research and Innovation • 16 Feb 2015
Survival rates would be improved by making treatment regimens for metastatic melanoma more flexible, according to HMRI cancer researcher Dr Craig Gedye, a medical oncologist at the Calvary Mater Newcastle.