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World first technology led by Western now in orbit

A world-first approach to space imaging led by Western Sydney University’s International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems (ICNS) is now in orbit.


Most Sydneysiders still want government to lead on climate change adaptation

A new survey of more than 6,000 Greater Metropolitan Sydney residents has found most residents are looking to government to lead on climate change issues.


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Opinion: Gastro outbreak: how does it spread, and how can we stop it? A gastroenterologist explains

On Monday, Victorian health authorities released figures showing they’d received 389 reports of “gastro” outbreaks so far in 2021.


Top universities join bid to make Parramatta a global education hub

The City of Parramatta is set to become a global destination for educational excellence thanks to a new Australian-first alliance of government and top universities.


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WHO engages Western researchers to help create age-friendly communities

Western researchers are conducting an important scoping review for the World Health Organisation (WHO), which will inform their efforts to improve health outcomes for the world’s ageing population.


Tech startup program launched to accelerate region

Western Sydney University’s Launch Pad Technology Business Incubator has launched its ‘SydWest Global Connections Tech Start-up’ accelerator program.



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