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The book is the result of years of research by Charles Darwin University Lecturer in Colonial History Dr Robyn Smith.

Book shines light on history of massacres across Australia’s north

A new book on the violent frontier expansion of Australia’s north will introduce readers to who led massacres of Aboriginal people, the names of their benefactors, and how these horrific events occurred. 

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CDU pharmaceutical scientist Dr Nazim Nassar and RMIT biophysicist Professor Stefan Kasapis have filed an application in the US patent office for a new technology of a “gel-like casing” in an oral tablet form to deliver naturally occurring therapeutic proteins and vaccines.

Got a chronic disease and fear of needles? A prick-free natural alternative is on the horizon

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) and an RMIT researcher are a step closer to replacing the needle to deliver drugs in the treatment of many chronic diseases. 

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) students Ashleigh Dawe and Peter Susanto are 2024 NT Youth Week Ambassadors.

CDU students show the way for other young Territorians

Two Charles Darwin University (CDU) students who are passionate about contributing to their community are paving the way for other young Territorians to make a difference. 

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Dr Carol Palmer (left) and James DeSantis (far left) will speak at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory this week.

Marine monitoring milestones to headline talk at MAGNT

The first live sightings of two significant marine species in NT waters and the urgent need to monitor sea temperatures will be discussed at a new research talk at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.

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The study explored the effectiveness of compulsory income management from the perspective of welfare professionals.

Compulsory income management doing more harm than good: Study

Compulsory income management in the Northern Territory is perceived to be ineffective in reducing harm, can contribute to situations of family violence and is incompatible with the needs of welfare recipients, a new study led by Charles Darwin University has found. 

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The study into online learning was led by Charles Darwin University.

Study suggests online delivery trumps the classroom to teach students

Online learning can increase a student’s short and long-term memory by improving their cognitive capacity, according to a new study examining the uptick of digital education during COVID-19. 

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Professor Dan Bressington led the study, which recommends the ITQ questionnaire be adopted in military mental health services.

Study shows questionnaire can better identify complex post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans

Military mental health services should urgently adopt an internationally recognised trauma questionnaire to better diagnose and treat veterans with complex post-traumatic stress disorder, a new study with Charles Darwin University has revealed. 

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CDU Sydney celebrates 10 years with expansion

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is commemorating a decade of CDU Sydney by unveiling a full level of newly remodelled student learning areas and announcing CDU has acquired another level in the building. 

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Charles Darwin University academics led a study to see if Artificial Intelligence can help improve cybersecurity testing.

Study tests if AI can help fight cybercrime

Artificial Intelligence (AI) could become a crucial asset to fight the growing global risk of cybercrime, a new study with Charles Darwin University (CDU) has found.

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Partnership a major milestone for the CDU School of Medicine

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is a step closer to establishing a home-grown medical school with a new curriculum partnership with Western Sydney University signed. 

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