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Starve or be eaten? For small animals, this challenge must be faced every day. Searching for food is a risky business, and small animals must balance their need to eat as much as possible against the risk of being eaten themselves.
With the end of the year fast approaching, Western Sydney University has held its annual Chancellor’s toy appeal. This is the sixth year the appeal – which has donated over 2500 toys – has been held by the university.
Eminent leaders in the fields of human rights, sport, media, policing and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander advocacy, today received prestigious honorary awards from Western Sydney University.
Four Western Sydney University researchers have been ranked in the top 1% globally after earning aplace on the Clarivate Analytics 2018 Highly Cited Researcher list.
Due to climate change and rapid urbanisation, our summers are getting hotter. Researchers at Western Sydney University say that extreme heat occurrences are becoming a major liveability issue, particularly in western Sydney.
As city populations increase and summer temperatures rise, growing attention is being given to the topic of urban heat islands and what can be done to cool our cities. Western Sydney University academics comment on this issue.