News Centre archive
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CatalystWest forum to shape Western Sydney’s future
Western Sydney University is set to launch its inaugural CatalystWest event – an interactive forum that will bring together over 300 thought-leaders in industry, government and the community to shape the future of Western Sydney.
AquaSonic merges science and art in an underwater symphony
Many composers have drawn on water to inspire their music. But Denmark’s Between Music performs music in and under water.
The Winter Olympics and the two Koreas: how sport diplomacy could save the world
The small South Korean town of Pyeongchang, host of this year’s Winter Olympics, has suddenly become the epicentre of one of the most dangerous games in world politics.
Mockingbird: On stage at Western Sydney University
A unique play which uses music and humour to raise awareness of women’s tragic experiences with postnatal psychosis is set to be performed on stage at Western Sydney University.
Why we shouldn’t be so quick to demonise bats
Australian health authorities regularly issue public reminders not to touch bats because they can host Australian Bat Lyssavirus (ABLV). This type of health education is necessary because it reduces human exposure to bat-borne diseases.
Educational activities for the summer break to beat boredom and learning loss
Christmas is over, the novelty of new toys has worn off, and the holiday chorus of “I’m bored” is echoing in households everywhere. What can you do to stop the boredom?