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Nanotech cutting vehicle emissions
A breakthrough nanomaterial can drastically reduce toxic pollution emitted by cars and trucks.
Food waste powering our cities
The future of energy production in the Illawarra may lie at the bottom of a beer can.
Primitive humans not so old after all
Researchers have found Homo naledi species co-existed with humans.
Five tips to get the most out of your work day

Getting a lot done each day is about more than just the right productivity tools and set up. It's about taking care of your body and mind, and this starts outside the workplace.

We all need strategies to increase productivity: Here are five to get you started.

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Is your career in the best of health?
UOW's Graduate Certificate in Regulatory Science is a 12-month online course that gives you the qualification to become a regulatory affairs specialist. It is perfect for those who want to broaden their scope for employment and future-proof their health career.
Congratulations Nicole!
UOW International Science graduate Nicole Fetchet will travel to Antarctica as part of an all-female expedition in the Homeward Bound Program. She is one of 80 women from 13 countries taking part in the expedition. 
From the waiting room to the board room

Patrick Jin was working in medicine in his early 20's, but his heart just wasn't in it. He wanted to help people, but in a different way.

That was when a visit to an education fair in Beijing changed his life and set him on a path to Wollongong.

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