News Centre archive - 2014

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2014.

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3D printer

3D printing technology produces futuristic lighting designs

Students have combined their creative skills with 3D printing technology to design a range of striking residential and commercial lights.

Stethoscope around neck

Study uncovers Aboriginal respiratory health problems

Indigenous children from Mount Isa in Queensland are more than five times as likely to be admitted to hospital for certain chest infections.

UWS sign against blue sky

University of Western Sydney provides student fee certainty for 2014 starters

The University of Western Sydney today becomes the first NSW university to freeze student fees - moving to ensure its students enrolling and commencing studies anytime in 2014 are not affected by fee increases proposed in the Federal Budget.

Hawkesbury Institute Building L9

Grant boosts Western Sydney Science Hub

National Science Week celebrations will be bigger and better this year with the Hawkesbury Institute becoming a partner in the Western Sydney Science Hub.

Female Orphan School

Female Orphan School short-listed for prestigious architecture award

The restoration of the oldest three-storey building in the country has been shortlisted for this year’s NSW Architecture Awards.

Portrait of Ahmed Moustafa

Study finds best way to minimize impulsivity

Research has found new ways to curb impulsive behaviour such as excessive gambling and hyper sexuality.


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