News Centre archive
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Robots likely to be used in classrooms as learning tools, not teachers
Robots are increasingly being used to teach students in the classroom for a number of subjects across science, maths and language.
Scholarships honour next generation of local Western Sydney nurses
A new scholarship program at Western Sydney University’s internationally acclaimed School of Nursing and Midwifery is recognising local students for their community spirit and academic accomplishments.
New book showcases Integrated Diabetes Care - A Multidisciplinary Approach
Despite improving medical treatments and increased public awareness, the number of Australians living with diabetes continues to rise, creating a growing problem for the medical professionals providing care.
Australian Research Council funding success
Research looking at the growth of megacities, the ability of trees to survive climate change and ways to improve adult language learning are among the projects funded through the latest Australian Research Council grants.
The race that stops the nation also holds many weird and wonderful stories
The Melbourne Cup is sometimes deplored but the central place it holds in Australian mainstream culture is rarely disputed.
Research Week at Western Sydney showcases University’s global impact
Western Sydney University opened its doors to celebrate the wide range of research making a difference to the community at the University’s flagship Research Week event.