Controversial documentary heads for Prime time
A provocative forensic investigation (and PhD thesis) undertaken by Charles Darwin University music scholar Martin Jarvis into the provenance of musical compositions attributed to Johannes Sebastian Bach, will soon be available as a video documentary on streaming service Amazon Prime.
Community radio volunteer celebrates 30 years on-air
Musical composer, percussionist, singer and doyen of Darwin’s airwaves, Ramkumar “Ram” Konesh is celebrating 30 years volunteering at 104.1 TFM, the community radio station operated by Charles Darwin University.
‘Look beyond Facebook’ this cyclone, bushfire season
Social media may be lulling Australians into a false sense of safety around disasters and emergencies, a Charles Darwin University researcher warns.
Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility $150m secures Education Civic Precinct
Charles Darwin University and the City of Darwin have welcomed the commitment from the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility of a $150 million loan, which will enable the City Deal’s Education and Civic Precinct to progress.
Grant to support Darwin Harbour report card
Chair of the Darwin Harbour Advisory Committee, and Director of RIEL at CDU Professor Karen Gibb has been awarded a $125,000 grant from The Ian Potter Foundation to support and manage the long-term sustainability of Darwin Harbour.
EOI opens for CDU City Campus development
Expressions of Interest (EOI) are now open for organisations wishing to tender on the design and development of the Darwin Education and Civic Precinct.
CDU students win scholarships for overseas study
Two Charles Darwin University law students will live and study overseas next year after receiving prestigious New Colombo Plan Scholarships.
CDU’s 3D printing technology deployed into Navy
Cutting edge 3D printing technology developed at Charles Darwin University (CDU) will be deployed by the Royal Australian Navy in a world-first trial that will streamline the maintenance of patrol vessels.
Territorians urged to have their say in solar survey
Residents in Darwin and Palmerston are being asked to fill out a survey that promises to give insights into why the economic benefits of solar energy do not appeal to Territorians.
Powerful genetic tool aids endangered Gouldian finch
For the first time, Australian scientists have shown that environmental DNA (eDNA) can be used to detect the presence of an endangered bird species simply by collecting a cupful of water from the pools where they drink.