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Student exhibition hails first Risograph in Darwin

Charles Darwin University (CDU) creative and digital arts students have presented the first Risographic exhibition of artworks created in Darwin, in the Northern Territory.

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Health response to disasters in the spotlight

Our national response to natural and manmade disasters will be in the spotlight at a public lecture to be held at Charles Darwin University (CDU) on May 10.

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More qualified paramedics for the Territory

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is educating the next generation of paramedics to grow the local workforce and increase the capacity of primary health services in the Northern Territory.

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Birthing on Country conference to be held in October, co-hosted by the Molly Wardaguga Research Centre, will be a celebration of the long history of First Nations maternity care, and a look to the future of on-country birthing.

Molly Wardaguga Research Centre announces National Birthing on Country Conference to honour midwives

The Molly Wardaguga Research Centre at Charles Darwin University (CDU) is co-hosting the second National Birthing on Country Conference in Alice Springs on October 10-12, a decade after the inaugural event.

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Third-year Bachelor of Midwifery student Roslyn Consoli is one of the many incredible midwives being recognised at Charles Darwin University and in the Territory as International Day of the Midwife is celebrated on May 5.

CDU celebrates its incredible midwives

Darwin local Roslyn Consoli is one of many exceptional midwives being recognised today as part of the International Day of the Midwife celebrations for her commitment to the Territory community.

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CDU researchers and land managers are using satellite images to track fires burning in Central Australia

CDU Fire trackers receive additional funding to help with land management across Northern Australia

Fire season in the Northern Territory is officially upon us, and Central Australia is not out of the inferno just yet.

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A change in diet could explain the recovery of saltwater crocodiles in Northern Australia.

Change in diet may contribute to rapid recovery of apex predator, new research reveals

New research from Charles Darwin University (CDU) has revealed that the estuarine crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) in the Northern Territory have shifted from an estuarine based diet to one that is largely derived from terrestrial sources.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher Rohan Fisher is using 3D printed modeling of mine rehabilitation sites to illustrate outcomes to affected communities.

Researcher using 3D modelling to help with Ranger Uranium Mine mine site cleanup in Kakadu

Researchers from Charles Darwin University (CDU) are using 3D-printed models of mine rehabilitation sites to visualise how the Ranger Uranium Mine will be rehabilitated.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) hydrologist Dr Clément Duvert is studying how much carbon is lost from our landscape through the water cycle.

CDU expert says Australia’s East Coast drenching releases large quantities of CO2 to the atmosphere

The drenching of Australia’s East Coast could have an important impact on the carbon cycle as massive amounts of carbon are lost from terrestrial ecosystems due to erosion and flooding, says a Charles Darwin University (CDU) hydrologist. 

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A new research project in the Northern Territory by Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) is set to track one of the world’s most iconic and sought-after sports fish, billfish.

Top End anglers get behind tracking the world’s fastest fish

Top End anglers are being called on to help Charles Darwin University (CDU) researchers track one of the world’s most iconic and sought-after sports fish, the billfish.

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