News Centre archive
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories.
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Turtle month: Australians urged to use app to help prevent extinction
As predators and mystery illnesses drive turtle populations in Australia to extinction, scientists are asking Australians to join the fight during Turtle Month using their smartphones.
Western Sydney University research success
Western Sydney University is delivering on its mission to produce research to improve people's lives and the wider community, with the announcement of over $5 million in Australian Research Council funding.
Authors reclaim contemporary migrant narrative
The Writing and Society Research Centre host writers and thinkers who have dared to step outside the boundaries and reclaim the contemporary migrant-Australian narrative.
Worldwide, climate change is worse news for women
If political leaders around the world are serious about gender equality, they must also get serious about climate change.
International study on catheters wins Research Impact Competition
A medical researcher working on a landmark international study into the problems caused by catheters has won the Research Impact Competition.
A blooming beautiful building: See the Female Orphan School during jacaranda season
November is a special time in Sydney, as the city skyline is awash with glorious jacarandas in bloom, and there’s no better place to witness the spectacle than at the historic Female Orphan School on the Parramatta campus.