Friday, 17 Nov 2017


Wednesday, 31 May 2017
While sales of electric cars are accelerating in China, Europe and the United States, in Australia they have stalled. Do battery-powered cars have a future on our roads?

Finding a Voice

Wednesday, 10 May 2017
From couch to couch, and job to job, Daniel De Filippo wasn’t your typical 18-year-old. Always on the move, he’d often sleep where he fell, never knowing what the next day would bring. A fast food outlet one week, a hospitality business the next, he’d long forgotten about working for money – he was working to try to improve his chances of making it onto the housing list.

Prototype to product

Tuesday, 11 Apr 2017
Second year mechatronics student Tor Kaufmann Gjerde is in the process of launching his product to market after winning the InnovationWorks! Prototype competition last year.

Best & Brightest

Monday, 10 Apr 2017
University of Wollongong climbs to 30th in the world, third in Australia on the Times Higher Education list.
Media ReleaseUOW

Driving Future Success

Thursday, 9 Mar 2017
Inaugural event brings together business, industry with university staff and students to drive prosperity and opportunity. More than 300 representatives from local businesses and industry, as well as staff and students from the University of Wollongong (UOW), kicked off the inaugural Advantage SME event, part of a NSW State Government program to drive innovation.
Advantage SMEInnovation CampusPartnershipsUOW

Facing the Challenges of Tomorrow

Wednesday, 8 Mar 2017
Researchers find most properties in high-risk areas don't meet current building standards. Retrofitting houses in bushfire zones to meet current building standards would save lives and property, but the cost of doing so is too expensive for most property owners, researchers have found.
Innovation CampusMedia ReleaseSBRC

Research & Business Partnerships

Thursday, 2 Mar 2017
Cancer Council NSW funded project will make radiation therapy safer and more effective. University of Wollongong (UOW) researcher Professor Peter Metcalfe from the Centre for Medical Radiation Physics (CMRP) has been awarded a $427,195 Cancer Council NSW project grant to develop a world-first system to ensure the safe delivery of radiation doses to cancer patients.
Innovation CampusMedia ReleasePartnershipsUOW

Energy Efficiency at Home

Wednesday, 15 Feb 2017
How energy efficiency can reduce power bills and improve health Industry first conference brings researchers, builders, housing providers and policy makers together While energy prices soar, climate change-induced weather disasters...
Innovation CampusMedia ReleaseSBRCUOW

A game changer

Thursday, 9 Feb 2017
Next-generation batteries a game changer for electric cars Research team secures Chinese funding to develop high-energy-density lithium-ion power source Under a new partnership between the University of Wollongong (UOW) and...
Innovation CampusISEM

Raising the bar

Monday, 6 Feb 2017
Seed fund raising the bar of success for regional innovation The University of Wollongong (UOW) has announced the raising of $10 million in investment capital to support entrepreneurs grow their...
Innovation Campus


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