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CWCL - Centre for Water Climate and Land
International Collaborative Centre for Carbon Futures
ICCCF is international research collaboration network developing innovative technologies for a sustainable carbon economy.
At the Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER), multidisciplinary teams are driving productivity and sustainability gains through applied research focused on innovation that is delivering transformational solutions in sectors of national significance.
The University of Newcastle is working with Pacific partners to deliver collaborative solutions to environmental, social and economic challenges, and to build equitable prosperity, social cohesion and healthy communities guided by our Pacific Research Roadmap.
Social Research and Regional Futures
The surprising new role power plants will have in our green energy future
MGA Thermal, a spin-off company that came about from research conducted at the University of Newcastle, have created bricks that store thermal energy and could be part of the way the Hunter region moves to a clean, green energy future.
Green hydrogen feasibility study positions Port of Newcastle to drive a more diverse Hunter economy
Port of Newcastle and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group have launched a $A3 million feasibility study into the development of a green hydrogen hub at the Port that includes the backing of a $A1.5 million funding grant from ARENA, secured under its Advancing Renewables Program.
MGA Thermal wins AFR Higher Education Award for research commercialisation
National research centre opens to secure minerals for the future
The University of Newcastle has congratulated research and industry partners at today’s official opening of a $35 million Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence focussed on transforming the minerals industry and securing a low-carbon future.
New environmental partnership puts waste to work
Turning trash into treasure, a new partnership between the University of Newcastle and Newcastle city’s first five star hotel, Crystalbrook Kingsley, will put students, researchers and waste to work in a bid to drive sustainability in our community and reduce waste in the hospitality industry.
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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.