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A Purple House patient creates ceramic art at CDU.

Exhibition showcases art’s healing power in Alice Springs

The healing power of art is reflected in an exhibition of First Nations ceramic works originating from a new collaboration, which co-mingles visual art education and well-being activities for Purple House dialysis patients in Alice Springs. 

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A Purple House patient creates ceramic art at CDU.

Exhibition showcases art’s healing power in Alice Springs

The healing power of art is reflected in an exhibition of First Nations ceramic works originating from a new collaboration, which co-mingles visual art education and well-being activities for Purple House dialysis patients in Alice Springs. 

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New Northern institute Director Professor Kim Humphery plans to focus on what the institute does best by championing collaborative research.

New Director encourages collaborators to share in Northern Institute research successes

The new Director of Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Northern Institute wants to build on the successes that it has had over the past decade.

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A Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher will reignite the spark of conversation about the 2019-2020 Black Summer wildfires, and their impacts on biodiversity, at a major ecological conference this week.

CDU expert delivers warning about dystopian future after Black Summer bushfires

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher will reignite the spark of conversation about the impact of the 2019-2020 Black Summer wildfires at a major ecological conference this week.

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A new CDU introductory program is set to help guide First Nations people into studying health, education and arts.

New program to guide First Nations students into health, education and arts

A new CDU introductory program is set to help guide First Nations people into studying health, education and arts.

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Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods scientists at CDU plan to start a citizen science project that is one of the largest groundwater studies in the world.

CDU plans for largest citizen science groundwater study in the world

Resource limitations for research into Northern Australia’s groundwater has meant not a lot is known about systems, but a new Charles Darwin University (CDU) study will take a giant leap in our understand through citizen science.

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Year 12 students from Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Aspire Program are set to celebrate their graduation this Friday, November 25 in a ceremony at the CDU Casuarina Campus.

Caps off for NT school graduates of the CDU Aspire program

Over 30 year 12 students from Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Aspire Program are set to celebrate their graduation this Friday, November 25 in a ceremony held at the CDU Casuarina Campus.

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A new research and training centre for drones, The North Australia Centre for Autonomous Systems (NACAS), has been established for the first time in the Territory at Charles Darwin University (CDU). Photo: Wingcopter.com

CDU opens centre to push boundaries on drone research

A new research and training centre for drones has been established for the first time in the Northern Territory at Charles Darwin University (CDU).

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CDU student, Dion Choong was selected to participate in a global internship at BW Offshore’s offices in Norway and Singapore.

The first CDU student to represent Australia in international award-winning engineering internship

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) engineering student is the first Australian university student to intern with international energy service provider company BW Offshore.

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Delegates at the Knowledge Intersections Symposium in Alice Springs last year.

Symposium celebrates desert research diversity

New channels of knowledge and ideas will flow from the 2022 Knowledge Intersections Symposium in Alice Springs to the wider central Australian region and beyond this week. 

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