News Centre archive - 2015

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

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RIC entrants

International study on catheters wins Research Impact Competition

A medical researcher working on a landmark international study into the problems caused by catheters has won the Research Impact Competition.

Female Orphan School and jacaranda in bloom

A blooming beautiful building: See the Female Orphan School during jacaranda season

November is a special time in Sydney, as the city skyline is awash with glorious jacarandas in bloom, and there’s no better place to witness the spectacle than at the historic Female Orphan School on the Parramatta campus.

The Conversation logo

Historical hospital records can show us what not to do in helping psychosis patients

Looking at historical health-care records can reveal how misunderstanding of a medical condition first came to develop and why it may not be being treated properly.

Steven Freeland

Western law expert leads national review into space law

The Federal Government review will help ensure the sector keeps pace with international change and technological developments without adding unnecessary impediments to private investment.

Doctor reading

New Innovation Corridor to power Western Sydney entrepreneurs

The Corridor will provide sites for emerging industries, and spur growth in the accelerator model of business development, where angel investors, corporations, governments and universities provide seed money and mentoring.


Global Peace Index founder to address Open Forum

Positive Peace is a new approach to identify and measure long-term investments that create sustainable peace and resilience at the country level.


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