News Centre archive
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories.
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The recent baby formula shortage in Australia highlights the unethical marketing practices of infant formula manufacturers across the world.
The way in which Bob Wilesmith’s footage has come to dominate Australians’ recollection of November 11, 1975, is a story of prescience, luck and the limitations of the TV news technology of the day.
New research by Western Sydney University has overturned our understanding of a key process occurring in every living cell, laying the foundation for new treatments in diseases as diverse as diabetes and Alzheimer’s.
The release of the World Anti-Doping Agency report into drug use by athletes recalls the dark days of state-sanctioned doping in the German Democratic Republic.
In a boost for emerging entrepreneurs in Western Sydney, NSW Innovation Minister Victor Dominello has officially opened Western Sydney University’s newest LaunchPad Centre at Parramatta.
Celebrate the many inspirational women in Greater Western Sydney by nominating a friend or colleague for the Western Sydney University annual Women of the West Awards (WoW), which are now open.