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Opinion: Should pregnant women have a COVID vaccine? The evidence says it’s safe and effective

Having a baby brings enough stress and uncertainty without having to deal with a pandemic. Added to that is the difficult decision to have a recently developed vaccine or not.

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Opinion: Is the truth out there? How the Harvard-based Galileo Project will search the skies for alien technology

Can we find alien technology? That is the ambitious goal of the Galileo Project, launched this week by Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb with substantial private financial backing.

3Bridges forms partnership with Western Sydney University

3Bridges and Western Sydney University have announced a new partnership to produce a White Paper on 3Bridges Early Years Support Service (EYSS).

Western celebrates student success at Chinese Language Bridge Competition

Western Sydney University students Hamish Spark and Gracie Collins have been awarded third place at the prestigious Chinese Language Bridge Competition in their categories of Chinese Speech and Chinese Cultural Performance.


Western Sydney University helps HSC students take the stress out of applying for uni next year

Western Sydney University is giving Year 12 students who find their HSC studies disrupted by the pandemic the choice and flexibility of being able to use their Year 11 results to gain entry to the University next year.


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Opinion: Keen to sign up for space tourism? Here are 6 things to consider (besides the price tag)

It’s been a momentous month for space-faring billionaires. On July 11, British entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson’s Unity “rocket-plane” flew him and five fellow passengers about 85 kilometres above Earth.

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