News Centre archive - 2017

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2017.

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Punta Arenas

WSU and Chile strengthen research partnership

The University’s Institute for Culture and Society (ICS) has signed Memorandum of Understandings (MOUs) with four leading Chilean Institutions

Philippa Collin- winner

Researcher helping young people navigate the digital age wins Research Impact Competition

Dr Philippa Collin from the Institute for Culture and Society has taken out first place in the third annual Research Impact Competition held during Research Week.

Glasshouse facility

New high-tech facility to help meet Australia’s growing demand for fresh food

Australia’s first National Vegetable Protected Cropping Centre launched today thanks to a multi-million dollar joint initiative between Hort Innovation and Western Sydney University.

Rick Welsh

Success of ‘The Shed’ leads to 2017 Aboriginal Justice Award

Rick Welsh, a Project Officer from the School of Science and Health at Western Sydney University, has been presented the 2017 Aboriginal Justice Award from the NSW Law Foundation.

Stem cell

Stem cells and reproductive technologies: who’s responsible?

In our ever-changing globalised and commercialised society, how do we regulate, facilitate and sometimes prohibit medical research and patient treatments such as stem cell therapies and reproductive technologies.

Parramatta campus student

Higher education reforms are all about savings and not possibilities

A Senate impasse and yet another round of higher education reforms are floundering. Only they aren't. Reforms that is. Australia hasn't seen anything remotely approaching meaningful higher education reform in nearly a decade.


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