Issue 18
Monday
23 October
2017
Charles Darwin University

E-news

Welcome to E-news, Charles Darwin University’s fortnightly news bulletin. Read on to learn about a study involving the “little people” in Darwin and the research findings of some of our newest PhD graduates.

 


At the first run of the 3D metal printer are (from left) Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Research Training Professor Lawrence Cram, LightSPEE3D Chief Technical Officer Steven Camilleri and Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Alliance Dr Rebecca Murray

NT takes the lead in 3D metal printing

The Northern Territory has taken the lead in advanced metal manufacturing with the first piece to be produced – a copper flywheel – by the world’s first commercial LightSPEE3D metal printer, located at Charles Darwin University.

The flywheel took 11...

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PhD candidate Manoj Bhatta is working to help an elusive endangered panda

Research targets rare red panda

A PhD candidate is working to help an elusive endangered panda in the forests of Nepal in the face of stiff competition from local villagers who also depend on forest resources.

Manoj Bhatta, who was raised in a remote area of Nepal, has...

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Other Research News


From left: Chrissy Zelley, Terry Ellem, Natalie Ellis and Tammy Healey

Katherine staff win customer award

Katherine staff have been recognised for the way they deliver training by winning a customer service excellence award from the Chamber of Commerce NT.

Campus administrator Vicki Williams said she was delighted to accept the trophy on behalf of her...

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Other Community News


Director Central Australia Lyle Mellors receives the AUSTAFE life membership certificate

Life for long-term education leader

The tertiary education leadership organisation AUSTAFE National has honoured Director Central Australia Lyle Mellors with life membership in recognition of his outstanding long-term service.

National President Belinda McPherson congratulated Mr...

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Other Staff News


Automotive Refinishing Technology student Dean Huby. Image: Julianne Osbourne

Spray painter shows true colours

Automotive Refinishing Technology student Dean Huby has done the Territory proud in finishing fifth at the National Colour Matching competition in Sydney recently.

The home-grown fourth-year apprentice with Palmerston Smash Repairs was up against the...

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Other Students News


Knowledge, Culture and Ecology

Knowledge, Culture, Ecologies International Conference
Who: Michaela Spencer, post-doctoral researcher
When: 15-18 Nov
Where: Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile...

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Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research Professor Lawrence Cram, Darwin Innovation Hub’s Janet Kosic and CDU executive officer Alexandra Murray
Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks and SPEE3D Chairman Professor Raoul Mortley
General Manager Commercialisation Policy Branch, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science David Wilson and SPEE3D Director Richard Young
Director of Accelerating Commercialisation Larry Lopez and Regional Manager of Northern Territory AusIndustry Tim Hill

LightSPEE3D Metal Printer Preview

The Northern Territory has taken the lead in advanced metal manufacturing with the production of a copper flywheel by the world’s first commercial LightSPEE3D metal printer, located at Charles Darwin University.

The 3D printer is at the centre of a...

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Colin Holt, 2005, Acrylic on board, 100 x 122cm, Acquired by Charles Darwin University, 2005, Charles Darwin University Art Collection, CDU1257

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