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MARCS Institute researchers have been awarded $335,250 in funding after securing a prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Grant.
The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development at Western Sydney University, in partnership with Babyology, have launched an exciting new podcast series, BabyLab, designed to help Australian parents understand how babies learn to communicate.
A revolutionary and world-first approach to space imaging led by Western Sydney University’s International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems (ICNS).
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Do you get fed up with telephone speech recognition systems because they don't understand you?Our researchers are currently conducting a language study that seeks to build a system for automatically detecting foreign accented Australian English.
Dr Gregory Cohen wins the 'Excellence as an Early Career Researcher' award at the annual Western Sydney University Vice-Chancellor's Excellence Awards 2018.
Researchers from the MARCS Institute are developing an innovative online program and mobile app that will use music to help young people understand their depression, teach users how to more effectively manage their moods, and encourage increased use of professional mental health services.
Pilot testing of new music mobile phone app
Congratulations to Professor Denis Burnham who has been elected Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA).
The MARCS Institute and Western Sydney University co-hosted the 18th annual international forum of high tech researchers last week at its Parramatta City campus, focusing on the latest research and industry developments in Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence.
In a world first, MARCS researchers focusing on infant speech and cognitive development in the Asia-Pacific region will showcase their collaborative research this week for the inaugural international Asia-Pacific BabyLab Constellation (ABC) conference in Singapore.
BabyLab older girl
A new pilot program has been developed to help transform the lives of patient's in aged care. Neuroscience research has identified music as one of the few activities that stimulates and uses the entire brain.
Dementia patients - Music dance

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