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Brydens Lawyers renews commitment to scholarship program at Western Sydney University

Brydens Lawyers has renewed its commitment to supporting the next generation of lawyers, as part of a continuing scholarships program at Western Sydney University.

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Opinion: ‘Odd radio circles’ that baffled astronomers are likely explosions from distant galaxies

In 2019, my colleagues and I discovered spooky glowing rings in the sky using CSIRO’s ASKAP radio telescope in Western Australia. The rings were unlike anything seen before.

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Opinion: Distance, dispassion and the remaking of Australian History

Anna Clark could have titled her book “Remaking Australian History”, for that is its narrative arc.

Western Sydney University and GE Additive deliver a new way of training for Western Sydney

Western Sydney manufacturing workers will be able to respond quickly to industry training needs as part of the NSW Government’s $37.4 million New Education Training Model (NETM).


Western Sydney University recognised as leader in gender equality

Western Sydney University has been recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) for the 18th year.

Project Falcon Neuro on the International Space Station

From Western Sydney University to orbit: stellar new camera tech on the International Space Station

In a world-first, Western Sydney University and the United States Air Force Academy have successfully received neuromorphic data sent from space after launching ground-breaking neuromorphic cameras on the International Space Station.

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