News Centre archive - 2019
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2019.
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Western Sydney University contributes to Blue Mountains air quality monitoring project
Western Sydney University researchers will analyse data collected as part of a new air quality monitoring project in the Blue Mountains.
Making the City Series 2019: upcoming event
Western Sydney University will host Making the City Series – Resilience as part of a series of six events examining the cultural and design practices key to developing 21st century cities.
New study asks: are koalas returning to North West Sydney?
Western Sydney University researchers are working with Cattai Hills Environment Network to determine if koala populations have returned to the Glenorie-Maroota area, after fires devastated the population in 2002.
Western research backs Parramatta Light Rail green track
Western Sydney University research has confirmed the viability of green track in western Sydney, in a study commissioned by Transport for NSW for the Parramatta Light Rail project.
Drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight would be disastrous for marine life and the local community
The Great Australian Bight is home to a unique array of marine life. It’s also potentially one of “Australia’s largest untapped oil reserves”, according to Norwegian energy company Equinor.
UniSchools program immerses students in the beauty of livestock agriculture
The annual UniSchools Steer Challenge for Sydney high school students commenced on Friday 3 May at Hawkesbury.