News Centre archive
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New research reveals clock ticking for fruit flies
Queensland fruit flies that inflict damage on the nation's horticultural industry may be about to see their numbers take a significant dive thanks to new research.
Celebrating Science: Students get up close and personal with UWS wildlife
Students from across the region are getting a taste of science week at the UWS Hawkesbury campus.
Study finds hidden clues to language development
Children are presented with new objects and experiences everyday, but their understanding of how they can be linked to words can be limited.
New employment hub reflects Western Sydney's changing demographic
The construction of the Werrington Park Corporate Centre is an important step in Western Sydney’s emergence as a generator of jobs in the professional and technical services sector.
Aboriginal Astronomy and the clash of cultures
Like all the ancient cultures of the world, such as the Incas, Chinese and Greeks the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been observing the night sky with its numerous celestial bodies.
Second season of The Why Generation kicks off in August
It's saucy, it's savvy, and sometimes it's just plain serious: the second season of The Why Generation will be coming to the small screen this August.