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Western Sydney University continues to reduce inequality one year on as United Nations global hub

Western Sydney University is celebrating one year as the United Nations Academic Impact Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) global hub for reducing inequality.


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Migrants and the bond with God: attachment and survival are linked

Life can be very challenging for new migrants who are faced with the realities of racism, loneliness and underemployment in their adopted countries.


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A familiar place among the chaos: how schools can help students cope after the bushfires

School will start on a somewhat sombre note this year. Some schools will still be shrouded in smog from the bushfires. Some students will be grieving the loss of property, animals or even family and friends.


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Australia’s threatened bats need protection from a silent killer: white-nose syndrome

We already know how deadly this summer’s fires have been for mammals, birds, and reptiles across Australia.


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A brain transplant for one of Australia’s top telescopes

One of Australia’s top telescopes will receive an A$2.6 million upgrade to help extend its three-decade record of improving our understanding of the Universe.


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ARC grant to elevate telescope capabilities for more advanced, astrophysical research

A new Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) grant will support the upgrade of the CSIRO Australia Telescope Compact Array, thereby strengthening the nation’s capacity for scientific discovery.



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