Skip to main content
Engineering envitonment

Engineering, IT & Environment News

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will hold graduation ceremonies at the Darwin Convention Centre today where more than 1,000 CDU students will graduate.

Thousands of university students graduate in Darwin

More than 1,000 Charles Darwin University (CDU) students will graduate and celebrate their academic achievements at graduation ceremonies held in Darwin today.

Read More

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will hold graduation ceremonies at the Darwin Convention Centre today where more than 1,000 CDU students will graduate.

Thousands of university students graduate in Darwin

More than 1,000 Charles Darwin University (CDU) students will graduate and celebrate their academic achievements at graduation ceremonies held in Darwin today.

Read more about Thousands of university students graduate in Darwin
Today 119 First Nations students will celebrate their academic successes at a Valedictory Ceremony held at Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Casuarina campus.

First Nations students honoured at graduations in Darwin

A proud Jikilaruwu man from Bathurst Island, who’s the first in his family to graduate from university is among 119 First Nations students graduating from university this week.

Read more about First Nations students honoured at graduations in Darwin
PhD candidate the first CDU student to receive prominent Chinese government award

PhD candidate the first CDU student to receive prominent Chinese government award

PhD candidate and researcher Chongjia (Charlie) Huang has impressed both fellow academics and international ministers after being awarded the ‘2021 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad’ at a prestigious dinner and ceremony recently.

Read more about PhD candidate the first CDU student to receive prominent Chinese government award
Marine rangers and trainers collaborate in the Certificate III in Fisheries Compliance run for the first time by Charles Darwin University (CDU).

Marine rangers take hands-on training in fisheries compliance

First Nations rangers from across the Top End are learning valuable and practical skills as they are trained to become certified in fisheries compliance, through a course providing meaningful training and career pathways.

Read more about Marine rangers take hands-on training in fisheries compliance
Young Mechanical Engineer of the Year Award 2022

Engineering lecturer honoured with prestigious awards

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) Engineering Lecturer has received two noteworthy accolades this week, after being awarded the Young Mechanical Engineer of the Year 2022 and the Sir George Julius Medal by Engineers Australia.

Read more about Engineering lecturer honoured with prestigious awards
Northern Territory Science Week Awards 2022 is a celebration of those champions of science who get more people involved in STEM.

Regional and remote projects prominent in awards that recognise Territory science champions

The Northern Territory Science Week Awards 2022 will acknowledge the champions of science for their contribution to the community's promotion of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

Read more about Regional and remote projects prominent in awards that recognise Territory science champions
Former CDU student and The Dent Pusher Director David Eves and Prompt Auto Repairs Director Scott Petschel complete training with MTA training assessor Steve Richardson at CDU as part of a new hybrid vehicle training course held at the Casuarina campus.

New NT training to meet electric vehicle demand

After successfully delivering its first nationally accredited hybrid and battery electric vehicle training in the Northern Territory earlier this year, the MTA this week delivered a course with Charles Darwin University (CDU) to meet local demand.

Read more about New NT training to meet electric vehicle demand
Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) newly introduced Research Institute of Northern Agriculture (RINA) will foster innovation and protect agriculture industries against biosecurity threats, such as Foot-and-Mouth Disease.

Research institute seeks experts to protect and grow Northern Australia’s agriculture

Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) newly introduced Research Institute of Northern Agriculture (RINA) will foster innovation and protect agriculture industries against biosecurity threats, such as Foot-and-Mouth Disease.

Read more about Research institute seeks experts to protect and grow Northern Australia’s agriculture
Thousands of new species of ants from the monsoonal tropics have been discovered by researchers at Charles Darwin University (CDU), making ant populations in Northern Australia some of the most diverse in the world. Photo: Francois Brassard

Researchers discover hundreds of new ant species in Northern Australia’s tropics

Thousands of new species of ants from the monsoonal tropics have been discovered by researchers at Charles Darwin University (CDU), making ant populations in Northern Australia some of the most diverse in the world.

Read more about Researchers discover hundreds of new ant species in Northern Australia’s tropics