CDU StudyStays to help students and homeowners
Territorians with a spare room in their homes have the chance to earn extra money with up to 600 Charles Darwin University (CDU) international students expected to flood into Darwin in the next few weeks with nowhere to stay.
University launches CDU TAFE to better support the Territory’s training and skills
The Northern Territory is set to enjoy a renewed focus on vocational education and training with Charles Darwin University (CDU) launching CDU TAFE to focus on future growth and job opportunities.
CDU researchers tackle remote waste
In faraway outback towns across the Northern Territory, the tyranny of distance resulting in high transport costs means goods arrive, but sometimes never leave.
New fire-edge maps helping to understand how landscapes stop fires
A land’s topography and landscape features have an influence on how fires behave, which is why local knowledge is vital in fire management.
Major investment urgently needed to protect Litchfield National Park from gamba grass
New research has warned that almost 30% of Litchfield National Park could be infested with the invasive weed gamba grass within a decade.
CDU student’s app aids construction safety in remote NT communities
A former Charles Darwin University (CDU) student has developed an augmented reality app to aid construction safety training in remote NT communities, and assist First Nations workers to learn and work on country while improving local housing.
New course to equip students for the digitisation of manufacturing
Charles Darwin University (CDU)’s North Australia Centre for Autonomous Systems, in partnership with RMIT University, the Australian Government’s Department of Education, and the Northern Territory Government, has developed the Diploma of Advanced Manufacturing to assist NT manufacturers in transitioning to Industry 4.0.
MOU a First Nations game-changer in East Arnhem Land
A new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the Yothu Yindi Foundation (YYF) is expected to be a game-changer for First Nations people in East Arnhem Land.
Does increasing farm productivity relieve pressure on remaining natural areas? A new study suggests no, except where Indigenous people manage the land
Increasing farming intensity increases pressure to clear remnant native vegetation, a new study has shown. It is the opposite of what was expected.
Feral animal control has the potential to make money from lowering methane emissions, study finds
New modelling from Charles Darwin University researchers has found the control of feral buffaloes could be worth millions in carbon offsets, changing the economics of control programs.
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