Three people standing together

News • 29 Jun 2022

MGA Thermal showcases pathway to reliable renewable energy as it reaches 20GWh of global storage interest

MGA Thermal Media Release: Breakthrough Australian-invented storage technology will enable reliable, long-term energy storage across solar, wind, hydrogen and retrofitted thermal power plants

News • 9 Jun 2022

Industry breakfast inspiring regional innovation

The University of Newcastle is inviting business and industry representatives to explore powerful new pathways to innovation at their inaugural Industry PhD Breakfast event.

Startup Stories Wink Reports

News • 1 Jun 2022

Giving business owners control to work ON their business rather than IN it.

Johann Du Toit has always loved computers. Trained as an electronic engineer his career has taken him around the globe. After many lessons learned through developing software for other companies, he founded his own - Wink Reports - a startup that builds easy-to-use software to uncomplicate the most complicated business reports.

Kasia

News • 16 May 2022

CEO shares how empowering women leaders has led to an inspiring startup

Kasia Gospos has been named one of Australia’s Most Inspirational Women Online and been recognised as Entrepreneur of the Year as part of the Stevie Awards.

News • 9 May 2022

University of Newcastle welcomes $15 Million Decarbonisation Hub

The University of Newcastle has welcomed a $15 million investment from the NSW Government for a Decarbonisation Innovation Hub that will help fast-track research, development and commercialisation to drive solutions for a low emissions economy.

News • 2 May 2022

Sustainability Remains Key for University

Sustainability is at the core of the University’s values and the latest rankings from Times Higher Education Impact Rankings show the university continues to be a world leader in sustainability.

Professor Frances Kay0Lambkin

News • 11 Apr 2022

HMRI announces new Institute Director

The Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) is pleased to announce Professor Frances Kay-Lambkin has been appointed as the new Institute Director of HMRI for a period of five years.

QS Rankings

News • 7 Apr 2022

University of Newcastle climbs global rankings across every broad subject area

The University of Newcastle continues to excel as a global leader, with new rankings, released today, showing the university improved across every broad subject area.

News • 6 Apr 2022

Learn how Mike Chijoff created a record breaking crowdfunding campaign

Michael Chijoff is a multi-award-winning designer and the creator of his own disruptor adventure product brand Tacticagear, which smashed records and became the highest funded multi-tool in crowdfunding history and raised more than $960,000.

News • 21 Mar 2022

Female Founder shares her development of real-time hydration tests to boost performance and health

As the former Marketing Director for Coca-Cola South Pacific, Lisa is a beverage afficionado. Over her fifteen-year career she oversaw the R&D of countless products, spending time leading the company’s local start-up incubator, where she attempted to solve a problem for her industry—the absence of a simple, non-intrusive way to measure hydration.

Central Coast Medical School and Research Institute

News • 14 Mar 2022

Clinical School and Research Institute to reshape future of Central Coast health care

The University of Newcastle Central Coast Clinical School and Central Coast Research Institute was officially opened today by the Hon Scott Morrison MP, Prime Minister of Australia.

Gifting Day 9 March 2022

News • 4 Mar 2022

University invites community to join collective kindness campaign

The culture of kindness will take centre stage on 9 March when the University of Newcastle rallies the support of its communities for its inaugural Gifting Day.

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The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.