Research success

What’s the bloody big deal? How Australian workplaces and educational institutions can help break the menstrual taboo

A team of multidisciplinary Western Sydney University researchers have launched a new white paper exploring how workplaces and educational institutions can help break the menstrual taboo.


World-first artificial intelligence to enhance radiotherapy and personalise cancer care

In a world-first, Western Sydney University researchers together with an expert team will utilise artificial intelligence to enhance radiotherapy, following a grant from Cancer Council NSW worth more than $430,000.


New analysis reveals Western Sydney voters anything but predictable

As the last week of the campaign gets underway, a new analysis of western Sydney voting behaviours reveals that western Sydney voters could hold the key to deciding the 2022 federal election outcome.


More than a mimic: new study finds male lyrebirds sample, compose and share songs

New research led by Western Sydney University has found that male lyrebirds 'compose' long complex songs created out of mimicked sounds ‘sampled' from their environment, and share these songs with their neighbours.


Discovery of mysterious circular ring points to intergalactic origin

Western Sydney University researchers have discovered a mysterious circular ring near our neighbouring galaxy that could be the first known case of an intergalactic Supernova Remnant – remains of an exploded star that could be up to 7000 years old.


Global commission: new clinical guidelines for mental health and the use of nutraceuticals and medicinal plants

New clinical guidelines for mental health and the use of nutraceuticals and medicinal plants


Project Falcon Neuro on the International Space Station

From Western Sydney University to orbit: stellar new camera tech on the International Space Station

In a world-first, Western Sydney University and the United States Air Force Academy have successfully received neuromorphic data sent from space after launching ground-breaking neuromorphic cameras on the International Space Station.


Research, education and community support a river in recovery

Western Sydney University researchers studying the impact of wastewater on the Wollangambe River – a body of water that flows through the heart of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area – have documented a ‘river in recovery’.



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