News Centre archive - 2015

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2015.

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Russian doping harks back to Cold War competitions

The release of the World Anti-Doping Agency report into drug use by athletes recalls the dark days of state-sanctioned doping in the German Democratic Republic.

Launch Pad

Digital business boost as Parramatta Launch Pad opens

In a boost for emerging entrepreneurs in Western Sydney, NSW Innovation Minister Victor Dominello has officially opened Western Sydney University’s newest LaunchPad Centre at Parramatta.


Nominations open for the annual Women of the West Awards

Celebrate the many inspirational women in Greater Western Sydney by nominating a friend or colleague for the Western Sydney University annual Women of the West Awards (WoW), which are now open.


Crimes against the environment: the silent victim of warfare

Throughout history the environment has been a silent victim of human conflict. It is time we properly recognised crimes against the environment and made those responsible for such crimes fully accountable.

Med grads

NHMRC research success puts health under microscope

The National Health and Medical Research Council has announced $5.3 million dollars in new funding for research in areas including dementia, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Michelle Payne

Michelle Payne defies horse racing’s long history as a sport of blokes

Horse racing in the 21st century has a stronger female presence than most sports, but has it really been any more welcoming?


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