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Old enemies are making a comeback. Diseases such as pneumonia, tuberculosis and malaria are stealing ground won over the past century. Antibiotics are under threat. The problem is antimicrobial resistance, where infections don’t respond to common medicines that normally stop them in their tracks.

At UOW, we're working to understand how drugs work at the molecular level to help develop...
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Filming the mysteries of molecular science to fight the war on disease

But what do Elvis, Parkes and two UOW geographers have in common?

How the King of Rock 'n' Roll put a sleepy Australian town on the map

They might not wear capes, but to many they are the unsung heroes.

Quiet healers: Inside one of the most challenging yet rewarding careers

#TBT: When you workout with UOW's brand new gym machines in 1986.
"I love printing. I mix the inks and cut the paper and all of that gives me a buzz. The printing world requires so much patience. It can take days of blood, sweat and tears before a problem is rectified. But it’s all worth it because, while I’m holding on to the past with our letterpress adventure, it would be so sad to see the art form lost."

Meet the makers – Claire Foxton and her Heidelberg Platen press

Wishing you all a fantastic new year, full of good health, happiness and prosperity. Here's to 2017!
#TBT: When UOW Recreation & Aquatic Centre's pool opened in 1990. (Swimming under the watchful gaze of Mount Keira never gets old.)

Instagram photo by URAC • Dec 12, 2016 at 5:34am UTC

Tim Howard’s love of beer and passion for engineering go hand in hand. At uni studying his final year of mechanical engineering, Tim sees it as a two-way street, with his degree helping him on the job as much as his job helps with his studies.

Meet the makers – Tim Howard, the UOW student brewing up a storm

What's it like to leave your stable job to live the sweet life? Katherine Sabbath knows. She combined self-taught baking skills with teaching experience to share her passion with home bakers throughout Australia and abroad.

Meet the makers – Katherine Sabbath, 'baking queen'

Christmas decor, UOW style, at Thirroul.
Captured from the edge of the Royal National Park looking south at Wollongong. One of Australia's best views? We think so.

Instagram photo by Adam | Verrender • Dec 20, 2016 at 12:11am UTC

The idea that green, open spaces can promote mental wellbeing is one that's been considered for some time. But how much green space is needed to keep people healthy? Does it affect pregnancy outcomes, a child’s academic scores, their overall health?

How our surroundings influence our health, for better and for worse

"The only way to do great work is to love what you do." – Steve Jobs

Congratulations to all our business and engineering students who graduated this week. We can't wait to see you make your mark on the world.
"Coming out of high school, there weren’t a lot of females who wanted to pursue a career in science. Often it’s about ‘where are my friends going? What are they going to study?’ But if you have a passion for science, medical physics is really interesting and such a rewarding path."

The UOW physics grads who are forging a future in cancer research

Huge congratulations to UOW Motorsport for overcoming setbacks to claim victory at the 2016 Formula SAE competition at Calder Park Raceway! UOW Motorsport came first overall and first in the petrol car division, as well as placing highly in number of the individual event categories. We're incredibly proud of everyone involved in this success!
At the end of each academic year, hundreds of people flock to see the art made by students who have completed their Bachelor of Creative Arts, majoring in Visual and Media Arts and Graphic Design. Out There is the culmination of three years of hard work, carefully packed into one exhibition. Open until 17 December in Creative Arts, Building 25 at the University of Wollongong. [ Uow.to Link ]
Books spark a child’s imagination, develop their language skills and provide a window into worlds unknown. But the rumble of technology has become a roar, and it is encroaching further and further into the lives of children. So how can we cut through the noise and build a love of reading in young minds?

How UOW researchers are nurturing the next generation of book lovers

"Med bros who mo together, stay together."

MOtivational stuff from our UOW Medical Students Society, who've raised thousands for Movember Foundation Australia.

Instagram photo by UOW AMSA • Nov 25, 2016 at 1:19am UTC

How UOW researchers improved comfort, wellbeing and energy efficiency for senior residents in the Illawarra.

Energy savers: Shining a light on the hidden cost of thriftiness