News Centre archive - 2018

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2018.

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Western lead Australian-first studies into gestational diabetes

Gestational diabetes is the fastest growing type of diabetes in Australia. Western Sydney University has two new Australian-first research projects aimed at better understanding and managing the disease.


Western Sydney researchers lead world first showcase of infancy research in the Asia-Pacific

In a world first, researchers focusing on infant speech and cognitive development in the Asia-Pacific region will be showcasing their collaborative research this week for the inaugural international Asia-Pacific BabyLab Constellation (ABC) Conference in Singapore.

Student invited to present research at prestigious forum

A Western Sydney University student has been awarded a US$1000 scholarship to present her research at a forum at the 7th International Boya Forum in Bejing, China.

Interactive research map reveals multi-billion dollar U.S Immigration Industry

An interactive website which investigates the rising investment in detention, enforcement, and deportation of immigrant families in the U.S has been released by a group of researchers and academics.

Western Sydney University launches a new campaign, Earth IQ, to raise awareness for climate change

Western Sydney University taps into Earth IQ for new climate change campaign #EarthIQ

Taking a positive step in engaging and empowering millennials and their communities for a climate change-impacted future, Western Sydney University today launches a new awareness campaign Earth IQ.

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Why did mammals go the fur route, rather than developing feathers?

One of the main characteristics that distinguish mammals from birds, and other animals, is that mammals have hair or fur, and birds have feathers.


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