News Centre archive
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WSU launches new resource to help educate communities about periods and endometriosis
Researchers from Western Sydney University have launched a new online resource aimed at reducing the incidence of undiagnosed menstrual disorders and improving the way young women learn about and deal with menstruation.
Experimental electro-acoustic music offers a new vehicle of expression
Experimental electroband, AustraLYSIS’s boundary pushing performance, will be on display this evening at the Bankstown Campus Performance Studio in building 9 from 6 - 8 pm this evening.
Dementia trial expands as study signals effectiveness of novel treatment for vascular dementia
Australians aged 40 and over with dementia are encouraged to participate in one of the nation’s largest clinical trials investigating a novel Chinese herbal extract Sailuotong (SLT).
Drug users in outer Sydney need another medically supervised consumption room
We often hear about the need for more health services and infrastructure in Sydney’s outskirts, and in Western Sydney in particular.
I’ve always wondered: If you’re in a falling elevator, can you really save yourself by jumping?
It’s a nightmarish scenario - the elevator seals you inside, rises several floors, judders to a halt, and then SNAP! The frayed cable fails, and you plummet. Can you save yourself by jumping at the right time?
Sydney Science Festival at Western Sydney University
What do ET, wombats and crime scene investigations have in common? They’re all up for discussion across Western Sydney University campuses from 7-19 of August, during Sydney Science Festival.