News Centre archive - 2019

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2019.

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Public places through kids’ eyes – what do they value?

Children are too rarely asked their perspectives on public spaces. Traditionally, adults make choices for children, particularly about how they live and play.

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Western Sydney University announces new Deans for Schools of Built Environment, Science and Psychology

Western Sydney University is pleased to announce the appointment of three female senior leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and health to newly established Dean roles.

Native Bees on Strawberry

Glasshouse pollination trials with native bees bear abundant fruit

Researchers have found that native bees can pollinate strawberries effectively in sealed glasshouse conditions.

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12 simple ways you can reduce bushfire risk to older homes

Seventy-five years of Australian research into how houses respond to bushfire has identified 21 main weak points in houses and the area immediately surrounding them.

Australian women turning to cannabis to treat endometriosis symptoms

A new study published today, has found one in eight Australian women with endometriosis use cannabis to alleviate pain and other symptoms, rating the plant based medicine as the most effective way to self-manage the disorder.

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1 in 10 women with endometriosis report using cannabis to ease their pain

Endometriosis is a chronic, inflammatory condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus is found outside of the womb. It affects around one in ten women of reproductive age, causing pain, infertility and gastrointestinal symptoms.


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