News Centre archive
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Vice-Chancellors jointly condemn budget cuts
Australian universities, attended by more than 280,000 students, jointly condemn the decision of the Federal Government to cut its Commonwealth Grant Scheme funding by 5 per cent and to put a further 7.5 per cent at risk.
Sex and women’s diseases: it’s common and important to include men’s perspectives
Women suffering from endometriosis, a disease that causes chronic pelvic pain, have criticised a student for choosing to conduct research on the sexual impact of the disease on women’s partners.
Future Fellowship looks beyond climate change scourge and toward greener pastures
A Western Sydney University researcher has been awarded an ARC Future Fellowship, to investigate methods of protecting Australian grasses from insect pests and rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels.
Anti-siphoning changes a blow to sports fans
The proposed anti-siphoning changes shift the economic balance from free-to-air towards pay-TV, as well as from government intervention in the sport TV market to more open market play.
New ‘star tracking’ camera to advance space monitoring capabilities
The Department of Defence has announced funding for Western Sydney University researchers to develop advanced, new camera technology that could transform the way we monitor moving objects in space.
Lecturer honoured with National Police Service Medal
A National Police Service Medal has been awarded to an academic from the School of Social Sciences and Psychology at Western Sydney University.