Partnerships for the Goals
Partnerships for the Goals
Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.
Digging for soft soil infrastructure solutions
University of Newcastle researchers have improved conventional soft soil testing to better support new infrastructure projects, reduce project delays, and save taxpayer money.
Driving innovation in the minerals sector
Heading up a $35 million research centre is the latest achievement for Laureate Professor Kevin Galvin as he strives to innovate the resources sector.
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.
Re-imagining Quality of Life Webinar Series Program
For many young refugees, the collision of their old and new lives transpires at school. Newcastle researchers are equipping teachers with the skills to create spaces of belonging and better support new arrivals.
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.
Partnering towards a brighter journey ahead
The Guyati, Garraka wa Witing Speech Pathology Project is a ground-breaking program to address the critical shortage of speech pathology services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in rural NSW.
Students band together to architect a future for koalas
A group of more than 20 University of Newcastle Architecture students have contributed their design skills to a project aimed at helping the endangered koala species.
Teaming up to tackle brain cancer
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.
Uni startup makes the list of Australia's Top 100 Innovators
University spin-out powering the renewables transition attracts significant venture investment and recognised nationally as top 100 innovator.
University of Newcastle announces the best “hack” for water security
The New Futures Hackathon for Water Security saw seven teams learn from water security experts from Hunter Water, City of Newcastle, Hunter H2O, and the University of Newcastle before embarking on a 10 hour “hack” to evolve their ideas into a viable, technological solution.
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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.