News Centre archive - 2017
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2017.
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There is strong interest to understand how DNA sequences determine our physical form. Hopefully, listening to audio from DNA may help scientists understand how cell biology works.
The John Phillips Library at Western Sydney University's Penrith campus has placed first in the academic category of the inaugural Australian Library Design Awards, held in Melbourne.
The crime of blasphemy has had a bit of publicity lately. You might also find yourself reported to police for blasphemy in Australia, where it is still a crime.
The Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) Program at Western Sydney University creates opportunities for women to explore where careers in science and engineering can take them. In June, it is taking them to Fiji.
A University of Florida graduate student will spend three months within Western Sydney University’s biological laboratories, to advance his research into “one of the most complex clades of life”: the diversity and evolution of green plants.
Today, the Dickinson Homestead is a museum, and the poet’s bedroom is a space reserved for retreats by writers wishing to tap into their creative “genius”. I wonder what Dickinson would think of our intrusions.