News Centre archive
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How game theory explains Grexit and may also predict Greek poll outcome
The world will come to an eerie halt in the first week of July to watch the unfortunate endgame fast unfolding between Greece and its creditors, writes Associate Professor Partha Gangopadhyay.
Government, academics and police gather for social cohesion conference
To examine how Australia can promote community cohesion and enhance multiculturalism, UWS is hosting a national conference featuring representatives from the Government, the Opposition, as well as academic, community and police leaders.
Early pregnancy weight control through healthy eating may prevent gestational diabetes
A new study published has found that obese women keeping their weight under control through healthy eating from early in pregnancy might prevent gestational diabetes.
Turning digital: Delights, dangers & drama
The rise of information technology and its impact on research and our understanding of human behaviour and the wider world will be discussed at the major international conference.
UWS student selected for Netball World Cup squad
UWS student Paige Hadley has been chosen for the Australian Netball World Cup squad.
Does your baby snore like dad?
Babies who snore are widely under diagnosed, according to Australian researchers investigating sleep apnea hypopnea syndrome.