News Centre archive - 2014

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

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X-ray of a knee

We 'kneed' you! Research explores how brain controls muscles

Physiotherapists are seeking people between the ages of 50 and 65 who do not have knee pain to map the area of the brain that controls the thigh muscles.



Linda Taylor

UWS appoints new Pro Vice-Chancellor (International)

Following an extensive national and international search, UWS has appointed Ms Linda Taylor as its new Pro Vice-Chancellor (International).



Astronout in space

Liftoff! NASA Astronaut Dr Gregory Chamitoff to speak at UWS

Dr Gregory Chamitoff will be offering a behind-the-scenes peek at life on board the International Space Station at a public lecture.



Upright needles

Research finds coordinated care best for people with diabetes and depression

Study finds diabetes intervention integrated with collaborative care for depression the most effective way to manage both conditions.



Stack of papers

Awards recognise pioneering literary work

Author of An Elegant Young Man and editor of the Sydney Review of Books recognised for their work.



Stack of money

Study finds older adults less emotional with financial decisions

Research has found older adults are more likely to act rationally when making financial decisions compared to young people, whose decision making processes are more clouded by emotions.



 

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