Wednesday, 12 August 2020
The University of Newcastle’s Department of Rural Health has seen a significant jump in the number of allied health students choosing to go rural in 2021, showing the increasing popularity of rural locations among domestic undergraduate students.
Tuesday, 2 June 2020
Laureate Professor John Aitken from the Faculty of Science has been collaborating with Memphasys to develop 'Felix', which aims to improve the collection of vital, healthy sperm in the critical early stages of the IVF process.
Friday, 1 February 2019
A world-leading testosterone research group have a place to call home following the establishment of new lab facilities at the University of Newcastle.
Friday, 10 November 2017
Today marks 40 years since the conception of the world’s first In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) child. Since 1977, more than five million IVF babies have been born around the world, but there is still a way to go for reproductive research.
Wednesday, 26 July 2017
University of Newcastle (UON) experts have reacted to a new study which shows a significant decline in sperm count over the last 40 years among men in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America.
Tuesday, 25 July 2017
In an encouraging step for female fertility, researchers from the University of Newcastle (UON) have been successful in identifying an antioxidant which has demonstrated potential to halt the aging process in female eggs.
Thursday, 27 October 2016
The University of Newcastle (UON) is delighted to announce the following successful researchers in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council funding. With the help of this funding, our researchers aim to tackle a range of health-related issues that impact our communities.
Friday, 16 September 2016
A team of researchers at the University of Newcastle (UON) have drawn a link between mobile phone radiation and a negative impact on sperm motility – the ability of sperm to swim – highlighting the potential danger of storing a mobile phone near male genitalia for prolonged periods.