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New CDU city campus reaches major milestone

Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) new city campus has reached a significant milestone this week with the excavation for the main Education and Community Precinct building completed

Scott Bowman

Charles Darwin University welcomes new Vice-Chancellor and President

The Council of Charles Darwin University (CDU) has announced the appointment of Professor Scott Bowman AO as the university’s new Vice-Chancellor and President.

a shrimp called Parisia unguis

Scientists’ outback fishing trip discovers exotic catch

Research scientists from Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO and Charles Darwin University used fishing rods and handlines to plumb the depths of underground aquifers in the Northern Territory revealing a diverse variety of tiny aquatic animals known as stygofauna, mostly between 0.3 and 10 millimetres in length.

CDU Chemistry Spectacular team 2020

Grants to promote community science

Projects that inspire and involve people of all ages in science are being sought by local organisers of National Science Week.

Dr Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann 3

CDU marks National Apology

The continuing impact of forcible removal policies on families of the Stolen Generations has been highlighted at a Charles Darwin University event marking the 13th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations.

Dr Veronica Toral-Granda 2

Galapagos expert to highlight links on Darwin Day

An expert insight into life on the Galapagos Islands will be the highlight of Charles Darwin University’s annual Darwin Day celebrations tomorrow.

Drones to deliver health services

Drones to deliver health services

In a first for the Territory, drones will be used to deliver health care into remote communities across the NT.

Dr Andrew Taylor

Research tracks COVID-19 impacts on the NT’s population

Researchers have provided a first glimpse into the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on population dynamics, finding that sentiments towards remaining in the Northern Territory had grown since before the pandemic, especially for young people.

Women in science

Science event aims to close gender gap

Narrowing the gender gap and inspiring the next generation of female scientists is the aim of an event run by Charles Darwin University researchers next week.

Georgina Nutton

Survey finds Darwin children more worried about safety than grades

A survey by a Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher has found Darwin children are more worried about their personal safety and crime in the community than their school grades.


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