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Iconic Australian Actor and First Nations advocate, Jack Thompson AM will deliver the 23rd Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture at Charles Darwin University (CDU) on 7 August. Photo Credit Peter Brew-Bevan.

Iconic Australian Jack Thompson AM to deliver this year’s Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture

Iconic Australian actor and First Nations advocate Jack Thompson AM will deliver the 23rd Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture at Charles Darwin University (CDU) in August. 

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CDU speech pathology graduate Teegan Wattam.

First Nations health graduate leads the way in mastering CDU double degree

Teegan Wattam is carving history with every step she takes across the graduation stage this week. It will be the first time a First Nations graduate has received Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Speech and Language Therapy at Charles Darwin University (CDU).

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Larrakia elder and CDU design graduate Yvonne Odegaard.

First Nations lore and art combine as Larrakia elder graduates in design

A Larrakia elder who has spent decades expressing her cultural connections through art has received a Certificate IV in Visual Arts at Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) graduation ceremony at the Casuarina campus this week.

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CDU PhD candidate Mr Stephen Lee

New study shows how quickly surface water moves to groundwater reservoirs across Australia

A new study from Charles Darwin University (CDU), Monash University and The University of Newcastle has presented almost 100,000 estimates of groundwater recharge rates across Australia, by far the largest known database of its kind.

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CDU student Jessie Duncan and PhD students Huifeng Wang and Cedric Tan.

Program to show students you don’t need to be Einstein to study STEM

A new generation of thinkers and innovators will get a taste of what it’s like to study Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics alongside real academics in the second year of a Charles Darwin University mentoring program. 

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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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