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Western Sydney University students engage with Sydney Opera House for immersive learning experience

Close to 60 students from Western Sydney University have participated in Sydney Opera House BUILD – a new, intensive program that encourages socially engaged design perspectives.


Technologists and linguist named Westpac Scholars from Western Sydney University

Western Sydney University is pleased to announce that eight talented students have been awarded undergraduate scholarships by the Westpac Scholars Trust for 2022.


Western Sydney University Early Learning (Penrith) Art Exhibition

Art exploring the impact of the Black Summer bushfires, as told by Western Sydney University’s youngest community

The children of the Western Sydney University Early Learning Centre Penrith (WSUEL Penrith) have showcased their unique artworks about the Black Summer bushfires in a new exhibition.


World-first artificial intelligence to enhance radiotherapy and personalise cancer care

In a world-first, Western Sydney University researchers together with an expert team will utilise artificial intelligence to enhance radiotherapy, following a grant from Cancer Council NSW worth more than $430,000.


Western Sydney University’s Solar Car visits Lithgow

Western Sydney University’s acclaimed Solar Car Team will travel to Lithgow as part of a special visit to the region on Friday, 20 May. The student-led team will share their passion for sustainability when they visit and meet with schools and community members.


Associate Professor Gregory Cohen

Western Sydney University and Swedish Space Corporation sign MOU to strengthen space capabilities in Australia and Europe

Western's International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems has signed an MOU with Swedish Space Corporation to formalise and strengthen international space observation research partnerships and collaborations.



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