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Study discovers the role of the nervous system in controlling how we run

A joint study by researchers from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Western Sydney University have uncovered the complex workings of the human nervous system which control our ability to run.

Women behind popular research podcast lead first foray into social sciences

PhD candidate Marina Khan from Western Sydney University’s Institute for Culture and Society joined the BLab Coats team early last year as a producer and hasn’t looked back.

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Western Sydney University continues to rise in world rankings

Western Sydney University has strengthened its position in the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, rising to 251st in the world and firmly cementing its position within the top two per cent of universities worldwide.

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PhD persistence leads to sustainability success for Western Sydney family

For PhD student Taghreed Al-Jaffal, a chance meeting at an academic conference was the ideal connection that brought together her experience and skills, along with her own dash of entrepreneurship.

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Opinion: Diarrhoea, stomach ache and nausea: the many ways COVID-19 can affect your gut

Media reports earlier this week described a Queensland nurse with stomach pains who went on to test positive for COVID-19.

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Construction commences on Charter Hall and Western Sydney University’s Westmead Innovation Quarter

Charter Hall Group and Western Sydney University have celebrated construction commencing at their $350 million joint venture project, ‘Innovation Quarter’ (iQ) in Westmead.

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