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Western welcome funding to improve cancer outcomes in people from diverse backgrounds

Western Sydney University welcomes more than $1.4 million in funding awarded to Carolyn Ee from the NICM Health Research Institute.

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Preliminary research finds children already exercise caution online but also urge for stronger safety measures

Preliminary research findings released on Safer Internet Day show children routinely interact with people they don’t know online and respond with caution when approached.

Australian first study reveals renewable energy project lead-times

Western Sydney University has released new research assessing how long it takes to get renewable energy projects planned, approved, built, and commissioned.

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Western researchers receive more than $2 million in NHMRC Ideas Grant funding

Western Sydney University academics will lead two projects that together, have secured more than $2 million from the National Health and Medical Research Council’s Ideas Grant scheme.

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World first supercomputer capable of brain-scale simulation being built at Western Sydney University

The world's first supercomputer capable of simulating networks at the scale of the human brain has been announced by researchers at the International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems.

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New research reveals plants may have a surprising capacity to absorb more CO2 than previously expected

New research, led by Western Sydney University’s Dr Jürgen Knauer from the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, paints an uncharacteristically upbeat picture for the planet.

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Snails to the Rescue: Linkage Grant funding success

Western Sydney University researcher Dr Kate Umbers has secured more than $400,000 for her project ‘Snails to the Rescue: Conservation of Australia’s island invertebrates’ as part of the ARC Linkage Program.

Religion key to migration process for African Christians, report finds

Research by Professor Cristina Rocha and Dr Kathleen Openshaw from Western Sydney University has provided new insights into the complex relationship between African expressions of Christianity and settlement in Australia.

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