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What’s the bloody big deal? How Australian workplaces and educational institutions can help break the menstrual taboo

A team of multidisciplinary Western Sydney University researchers have launched a new white paper exploring how workplaces and educational institutions can help break the menstrual taboo.


Dance and science combine for unique experience at Vivid Sydney

Professor Emily Cross from Western Sydney University’s MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development will lead an exciting interactive performance and seminar at Vivid Sydney on Monday, 30 May.


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Boost for small businesses as new centre helps protect against cybersecurity threats

A new world-first centre dedicated to helping NSW small businesses respond to cybersecurity incidents and strengthen their cybercrime fighting capabilities has officially opened at Western Sydney University.


Matilda Harry wins Western Sydney University Academic Achievement Award

Western Sydney University offers its congratulations to Matilda Harry who was awarded the Western Sydney University Academic Achievement Award.


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Opinion: Did NASA find a mysterious doorway on Mars? No, but that’s no reason to stop looking

For the past ten years, NASA’s Curiosity rover has been trundling around the surface of Mars, taking photos in its quest to understand the history and geology of the red planet and perhaps even find signs of life.


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Opinion: ‘Some leaders only want to hear the good news’: politicians tell us how political careers can end

With the election almost upon us, thoughts are more than ever turned to political survival.



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