News Centre archive - 2018
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2018.
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This Saturday 30 June marks two hundred years since the arrival of the first girls to the historic Female Orphan School in Parramatta.
Researchers are using advanced imaging technologies similar to those used in hospitals to determine how vulnerable our trees are to drought and heatwaves.
In Australia 12-14% of pregnancies are affected by gestational diabetes. Despite its prevalence, most people aren’t aware the risks don’t end when the pregnancy does.
Funded by an Australia-ASEAN Council grant, Western Sydney University recently hosted a Capacity Building Forum for Women Entrepreneurs in Agrifood Business from Vietnam and Australia.
Recent images and footage of migrant children housed in wire cages near the United States’ southern border have fuelled global outrage.
Sydney’s so-called “latte line” divides the city in two by jobs. Specifically, our research shows residents are segregated by both overall access to jobs and access to white-collar jobs.