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Centre of Excellence in Aeroponic Cropping Systems launched to climate-proof cropping

The University, the Indian Council for Agricultural Research, the Indian Institute of Horticultural Research Bangalore and the Indian Institute for Spices Research Calicut, have partnered to launch a Centre of Excellence in Aeroponics Protected Cropping Systems.

Western PhD candidate awarded NHMRC Scholarship

Dr Yanna Ko, a PhD candidate at Western Sydney University, has been awarded a prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Postgraduate Scholarship.

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Opinion: Qatar World Cup: Socceroos’ best ever performance, and what it means for the game in Australia ahead of hosting the Women’s World Cup

Before the men’s FIFA World Cup commenced, the Socceroos’ most noteworthy contribution seemed likely to be their pre-emptive video campaign on human rights in host country Qatar.

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Opinion: Why do nurse home visits stop a few weeks after giving birth? Extending them to 2 years benefits the whole family

Sustained nurse home visiting provides intensive services in a family’s home during pregnancy and the first two years of the child’s life. During this time, the child’s brain develops more rapidly than any other time in their life.

Western PhD candidate presents new research at 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, helping quantify forest carbon stocks in Nepal

Shiva Khanal, a PhD candidate from the University’s Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, has presented his PhD research at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties.

Western Sydney University’s International students head safely into the water this summer

As the weather warms up, Western Sydney University once again conducted its highly successful Beach Safety Day to help international students stay safe in the water this summer.

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