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A fair go for all? Research examines link between culture and inequality in Australia
New research highlights the pivotal role culture plays in social divisions and inequalities in Australia, between classes, age groups, ethnicities, genders, city and country locations, and Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Stories of resilience boost men’s health in Sydney’s South West
Western Sydney University researchers have partnered with South Western Sydney Local Health District on a new project, Tackling the Challenge: Talking Men’s Health.
Emeritus Professor Scott Bowman AO appointed new Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Western Sydney University is pleased to announce the appointment of Emeritus Professor Scott Bowman AO as its new Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor.
Western researcher awarded Young Tall Poppy Science Award
Western researcher, Dr Celia Harris, has been awarded a prestigious 2020 Young Tall Poppy Science Award – presented to Australia’s leading young scientific researchers and communicators.
Find out what coronavirus sounds like on International Strange Music Day
In time for International Strange Music Day, a Western scientist has created ‘Coronacode Music’ – a unique musical composition which substitutes regions of the coronavirus genome with computer-generated musical notes.
‘The Painted River Project’ brings together art and science for a lesson in ecology
Western Sydney University design and water researchers have combined art and science in an outdoor education day for Forest Lodge Public School students, who participated in The Painted River Project.