Research and Innovation
News • 20 Sep 2021
The Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) has committed $7.5 million to fund a dedicated brain cancer team to drive critical research, education and health care improvements for brain cancer patients and their families.
News • 14 Sep 2021
Three University of Newcastle researchers are set to analyse some of the world’s most critical health problems, supported by more than $8.3m in National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Investigator grants.
News • 13 Sep 2021
The University of Newcastle today announced new partnerships with two Hunter industry leaders to drive forward the region’s innovation ecosystem.
News • 9 Sep 2021
A new study by researchers from the University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) will investigate treatments to assist individuals with addictive eating behaviours.
News • 8 Sep 2021
A team of researchers has discovered the process of labour during preterm birth is different from that of full-term birth.
News • 30 Aug 2021
The contribution of Newcastle’s female entrepreneurs to the city’s innovation ecosystem is poised for growth with the launch of a new support and mentoring program designed to encourage more female-led startups.
News • 27 Aug 2021
Damien Mahoney shares his story overcoming challenges, the pandemic and then taking Stackla global and through to acquisition at I2N's Startup Stories.
News • 26 Aug 2021
University spin-out powering the renewables transition attracts significant venture investment and recognised nationally as top 100 innovator.
News • 17 Aug 2021
Five outstanding early career researchers have been successful in securing more than $2 million in the Australian Research Council’s Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.
News • 16 Aug 2021
Professor Pradeep Tanwar and his team have studied women with a family history of ovarian cancer to identify a blood-based protein biomarker that could help save the lives of millions of ovarian cancer patients around the world.
News • 4 Aug 2021
New research to tackle one of Australia’s most prolific mosquitos, responsible for spreading most cases of Ross River virus, has commenced in the Hunter Region of New South Wales.
News • 3 Aug 2021
Courage kindled by pushing through comfort zones: Wollotuka students compete in Three Minute Thesis heats
Explaining years of research in three minutes and unpacking it in layperson’s terms is fiendishly difficult but this didn’t stop two Wollotuka students for taking up the challenge as part of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
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