News Centre archive - 2016

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.

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Why Rio, like Sydney and London before it, won’t turn locals into sports stars

Since the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games there's been increasing pressure on host cities to benefit the local community, but only now are plans being put in place.

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Low testosterone thresholds established for Type 2 Diabetes

Research into Type 2 Diabetes conducted has for the first time established a range of clinical thresholds for testosterone levels in men associated with developing diabetes.


Multi-million dollar research facility takes a closer look at the world around us

Have you ever wondered what the surface of a leatherjacket fish might look like under one of the world’s most powerful microscopes? How about analysing the meticulously applied paint layers in one of Claude Monet’s masterpieces?

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Open Day visitors to get sneak peek at new Science building

Visitors to this year's Open Day at the Parramatta campus will be among the very first to get a sneak peek at the University's new $30 million Science building.c

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An historic handful of dirt: Whitlam and the legacy of the Wave Hill Walk-Off

Prime Minister Gough Whitlam symbolically returned the Gurindji’s country with a handful of red dirt – a story many Australians know from the song From Little Things, Big Things Grow.

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Western Sydney University partners on national ‘Respect. Now. Always.’ student survey

The survey is an important part of the Australian university sector's campaign to ensure students and staff are safe from sexual assault and sexual harassment.


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