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CDU ranks high in global university list

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is among the best value universities in the world for international students, according to the world’s leading database of tertiary institutions. 

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Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Molly Wardaguga Research Centre has received funding to further Birthing on Country services for First Nations women.

Five-million-dollar boost to translational research Birthing on Country initiatives

Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Molly Wardaguga Research Centre has received nearly $5 million in funding to expand support for Birthing on Country services critical for First Nations mothers and babies. 

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Expert tests if AI can help teach students accounting

ChatGPT will not be replacing human teachers anytime soon, with a study into the technology’s capabilities finding it can’t help students critically understand academic assessment solutions. 

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The CDU Menzies School of Medicine’s new suite of micro-credentials explores emergency and disaster health.

New short courses to give insight into emergency and disaster health

In a time of environmental disasters and ongoing threats of disease outbreaks, a new suite of micro-credential courses will give students access to the knowledge and strategies of how to be prepared in a crisis.

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Mastering AI

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has launched a new Master of Information Technology (Artificial Intelligence). 

The two-year program focuses on artificial intelligence (AI) and its effects on the modern world, combining theory with practical activities that will give students the opportunity to network and learn from industry leaders. 

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The inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) machine was donated to Charles Darwin University (CDU) from the INPEX-led Ichthys joint venture.

CDU receives research and development equipment from Ichthys LNG

The INPEX-led Ichthys joint venture has made a significant investment into research and development in the Northern Territory, gifting Charles Darwin University (CDU) a key piece of equipment critical for detecting traces of metals and chemical elements in groundwater, wastewater, soil, and solid waste samples.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) researchers and Yugul Mangi Rangers have discovered a population of the rare threatened Speartooth Shark in the Roper River.

Rare and threatened shark found in the Roper River for the first time

Charles Darwin University (CDU) researchers and first nations Yugul Mangi Rangers have discovered a new population of a rare and threatened shark species in the Northern Territory’s Roper River. 

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The delay in handover means that the opening of the building, which was scheduled for July 2024, will be postponed. Photo taken January 2024.

Industrial dispute disrupts Education and Community Precinct

Union industrial action over enterprise bargaining negotiations is slowing down electrical contractors, resulting in a delay to the completion of the new Charles Darwin University Education and Community Precinct. 

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Australian climate change innovators are making significant strategic decisions to better position their farming businesses and accommodate climate change uncertainty.

Farmers astutely managing climate change

Australian farmers are becoming climate change innovators by making significant strategic decisions such as planting crops at different times to normal to better position their businesses and accommodate climate change uncertainty, new research shows.

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The CDU Newsroom is the central point of contact for all media enquiries to Charles Darwin University (CDU). The media team promotes University research, manages requests for expert commentary and produces articles and media releases for news outlets. For all enquiries to film on campus please email the team below.

E: media@cdu.edu.au
T: +61 8 8946 7798

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