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Research reveals how integrating solar energy in the LNG industry can cut Australia’s carbon footprint

Research reveals integrating solar energy in LNG industry cuts Australia’s carbon footprint

The integration of solar energy into Australia’s liquid natural gas (LNG) industry could dramatically reduce Australia’s carbon footprint while also creating thousands of additional jobs. 

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Research reveals how integrating solar energy in the LNG industry can cut Australia’s carbon footprint

Research reveals integrating solar energy in LNG industry cuts Australia’s carbon footprint

The integration of solar energy into Australia’s liquid natural gas (LNG) industry could dramatically reduce Australia’s carbon footprint while also creating thousands of additional jobs. 

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CDU growing prawns to re-establish industry

Prawn farming operations in the Northern Territory are set to recommence to support Territory producers thanks to a new selective breeding program at Charles Darwin University (CDU).

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Inspiring NT school students towards science study and career pathways

About 100 Northern Territory Year 9 students have spent three days participating in various STEM-related activities and workshops at Charles Darwin University (CDU)’s Casuarina Campus as part of the Santos Science Experience from 21-23 September.

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Threatened shark species ‘out of sight out of mind’: first complete national assessment of Australia’s sharks and rays

The first complete assessment of extinction risk for all Australian sharks, rays and ghost sharks reveals Australia is home to more than a quarter of shark species on the planet, but 12 per cent of those are at risk of extinction.

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Backing research to power up Charles Darwin University renewable microgrid project

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has been awarded more than $2 million for a project to establish a Renewable Energy Microgrid Hub which will lead research in the development of innovative, cheap and reliable green power systems, thanks to the Australian Government.

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Holographic technology used in bushfire management

High-resolution 3D printed models are used as terrain surfaces over which projected spatial data, landscape process animations and simulations are displayed. 

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CDU scientists perform in a STEAMy Cabaret at Darwin Festival to promote women in science

Two Charles Darwin University (CDU) scientists are performing in ‘Science and Sequins: A STEAMy Cabaret’ at the Darwin Festival this weekend to promote women in science.

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Research finds ways to improve magpie goose management on NT mango farms

Research from Charles Darwin University (CDU) has identified ways to improve management of magpie geese to better assist mango growers as the Northern Territory goes into mango season.

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CDU scientists help fight biosecurity threat

Charles Darwin University (CDU) chemists have developed a scent profile and artificial scent lures designed to help sniffer dogs to detect citrus canker disease in citrus orchards in the Northern Territory.

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