Second year architecture student Alexandra Dangaard joined a select group of 7 UON undergrad and masters students who travelled to Yogyakarta, Indonesia recently with UON Associate Professor Michael Chapman to learn a centuries old craft – how to build with bamboo. Taught by bamboo masters, they worked with locals and other architecture students from Indonesia, […]
Our gastrointestinal tract is sometimes described as our ‘second brain’. Laureate Professor Nicholas Talley, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research (Acting) and Pro Vice-Chancellor Faculty of Health and Medicine explains.
Rhea Barnett, a 28-year-old University of Newcastle student, has just returned from the adventure of a lifetime to Antarctica, where she journeyed aboard the Aurora Australis as part of her studies in Physics.
There is a need today for both a mathematically literate society as well as a steady stream of those who will go on to further study that enables higher levels of mathematics capability by Edwina Butler.
The completion of works the Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources at the University of Newcastle is a significant milestone and a reminder of the world-class research taking place in our very own backyard that’s helping to secure our energy future.
UON Architect in Residence Peter Stutchbury has been awarded the prestigious 2016 International Fellowship to the Royal Institute of British Architects. Find out more about his influence as a mentor here.
200 of Australia’s best and brightest young minds just met at a conference with a difference to pitch and workshop 100 nation-changing ideas. UON PhD Candidate Emma Beckett was hand selected to be one of those minds and offers her insights here.