Make a change for the better this Men’s Health Week

This Men’s Health Week, to be held 12-18 June, men and boys are encouraged to identify small changes they can make to build healthy habits that benefit their health and wellbeing.

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Opinion: The world’s first flowers were pollinated by insects

Plants existed on Earth for hundreds of millions of years before the first flowers bloomed. But when flowering plants did evolve, more than 140 million years ago, they were a huge evolutionary success.

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2023 THE Impact Ranking Credential

Opinion: A stunning achievement: Western Sydney University's global No. 1 sustainability ranking

Western Sydney University serves a unique demographic. And that helps explain why it is the best in the world at addressing ESG challenges.

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Experts call for the inclusion of soil microbiomes in One Health policy

Distinguished Professor Brajesh Singh from Western Sydney University’s Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment led a global team that calls for the inclusion of soil microbiomes in the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) One Health policy.

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Western Sydney University research sheds light on nutritional quality of baby food pouches

New research findings from Western Sydney University have revealed the low nutritional quality of many popular baby food squeeze pouches.

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Westen & UEH Representatives at Whitlam Scholarhip MoU Signing

Western Sydney University launches Australia-Vietnam Whitlam Scholarship program in celebration of 50 Years of diplomatic relations

Western Sydney University and University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish the $2 million Australia-Vietnam Whitlam Scholarship program, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and Vietnam.

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