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Western PhD candidate presents new research at 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, helping quantify forest carbon stocks in Nepal

Shiva Khanal, a PhD candidate from the University’s Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, has presented his PhD research at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties.

Report finds young Australians play critical role in youth mental health support

Western Sydney University researchers, youth mental health charity batyr, and clinical researcher Dr Erin Dolan have released a new report that examines the help young people are providing each other, to better understand the care young people need when facing mental health challenges.

Study finds Australian drylands are vulnerable to the negative impact of overgrazing

A new international study including researchers from this University has found that increased grazing can have positive effects on ecosystem services, but these effects can turn negative in warmer, species-poor drylands, a landscape common in Australia.

The time to save a turtle is now

During Turtle Month this November, scientists are asking everyday Australians to help save turtles from extinction by joining an innovative citizen science project.

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Report uncovers perspectives of dowry abuse in South Asian communities of Western Sydney

Western Sydney University researchers have contributed to a new report providing insights into dowry abuse in South Asian communities in Western Sydney.

Jonathan Plett wins Research Impact Competition

Dr Jonathan Plett from the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment has won the 2022 Research Impact Competition, presenting his impressive research project, ‘Million Dollar Fungi – Using our Fungal Wealth to Support Forestry Health and Tackle Climate Change’.

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Western Sydney University researchers among world’s most highly-cited

Western Sydney University researchers have been named among the most highly-cited in the world as part of this year’s Clarivate’s Highly Cited (HiCis) Researchers list.

Western wins funding to establish new online and digital safety guidelines for families

Western Sydney University has been awarded $127,000 to develop new evidence-based guidelines to improve online safety for children thanks to the Australian Government’s Online Safety Grants Program.

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