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'UNLIMITED' energy powers students' epic journey

On just $2 of fuel Western Sydney University students will race 3000 kilometres from Darwin to Adelaide at speeds up 130 kilometres per hour in a car they designed and built.

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Western Sydney University congratulates Spring graduates

Thousands of happy graduates have celebrated their university achievements as Western Sydney University held its spring graduation ceremonies.

MOU signed for Launch Pad: Smart Business Centre

Camden Council and Western Sydney University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the view to working towards the establishment of a LAUNCH PAD Smart Business Centre in Oran Park Town.

Youngest winner takes out What Matters? competition

10 year old Amelie Brown, winning with with her story on 'Ben Matters', received her award recently from the Whitlam Institute.

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Research finds trees can be at risk if mining alters groundwater levels

Western Sydney University research has found open-cut mines that modify groundwater levels can impact ecosystems outside official boundaries, raising questions about their full ecological effects.

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Making a meal of it: Unequal access to fresh food a health risk

The lack of easy access to fresh food in some part of Western Sydney may be having an impact on residents' health according to researchers.

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Research finds cancer survivors suffer lower libidos long after treatment

A study has found the sexual activities of more than three quarters of cancer survivors changed after treatment- even if their cancers didn't affect reproductive organs.

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Loyalty in sport: who to support if your team is not in the weekend's footy finals

Commentators are prone to describe every weekend as a huge one for sport, but this weekend qualifies as large, even by the inflated standards of the sports hyperbole peddlers.

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Was the UN Special Rapporteur right to cancel his visit?

The UN's Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants cancelled his visit to Australia because he said the Border Force Act would discourage detention centre workers from disclosing information. The Government disagrees. So who is right?

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Calling participants for study on eating disorders

Western Sydney University researchers are seeking people with an eating disorder (ED) to help them develop an innovative mentoring support program.

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Lower back pain sufferers needed for clinical trial

The School of Science and Health is looking for people with regular low back pain to analyse how their distribution of body mass may be affecting their posture.

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