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Alice Springs locals shine in world premiere at Byron Bay International Film Festival

 A film that is based in Alice Springs with a cast and crew made up entirely of locals had its World Premiere this week at the Byron Bay International Film Festival.

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The study with Charles Darwin University's Dr Dylan Irvine explored the opportunities and limitations of ChatGPT in hydrological science practices.

AI could free up time to solve the world’s problems

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) water expert who uses ChatGPT to analyse hydrological data in a fraction of time says Artificial Intelligence (AI) could allow researchers to dedicate more time to the world’s most pressing problems.

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Associate Professor, Elaine Ḻäwurrpa Maypilama has been nominated for the prestigious Northern Territory 2024 Senior Australian of the Year.

CDU Associate Professor nominated for the NT 2024 Senior Australian of the Year

Associate Professor, Elaine Ḻäwurrpa Maypilama from Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Molly Wardaguga Research Centre has been nominated for the prestigious Northern Territory 2024 Senior Australian of the Year.

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The Territory’s first Research Bazaar will be held at CDU’s Waterfront campus on October 25 and 26 with the event aiming to enhance research excellence. CDU Lecturer in Information Technology Dr Cat Kutay will speak at the conference

CDU hosts first Northern Territory Research Bazaar

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will host the Northern Territory’s first Research Bazaar this week, an event aimed at supporting and enhancing research excellence across the globe.

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​  The National Skills Agreement will provide up to $155 million over five years for the Territory skills and training sector.  ​

Landmark skills agreement a boon for the Territory

Charles Darwin University (CDU) welcomes the landmark signing of the National Skills Agreement (NSA), which will be critical in developing training and addressing workforce shortages across the Northern Territory.

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First CDU Music Society strikes a chord with influx of new members

The first Charles Darwin University (CDU) Music Society has struck a chord with music enthusiasts in Darwin since its inception earlier this semester, and now boasts a membership of 120 music aficionados eager to share their passion.

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Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Research Lecturer, Dr Marina Campbell has led a 15-year collaborative community research program focused on saving the Mary River Turtle from extinction. Photo credit; Marilyn Connell.

Conservation starts in your own backyard when it comes to protecting Australia's biodiversity

Knowledge about where and why vulnerable species choose habitats to live is vital when driving and supporting community conservation, a Charles Darwin University (CDU) expert says.  

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CDU Sydney Graduation commemorates 10-year anniversary with a record number of graduates

Almost 330 students will graduate today at a Charles Darwin University (CDU) graduation ceremony at Sydney Town Hall.

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The study by Charles Darwin University and Chiang Mai University in Thailand highlighted the growing need for nurses and other mental health clinicians to be informed about the risks and benefits of recreational cannabis use.

Mental health nurses and clinicians key to reducing recreational cannabis harm

Harm caused by recreational cannabis could be reduced if mental health nurses are better equipped with information on the risks and benefits of the substance, according to a joint study with Charles Darwin University (CDU).

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