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Expert tests if AI can help teach students accounting

ChatGPT will not be replacing human teachers anytime soon, with a study into the technology’s capabilities finding it can’t help students critically understand academic assessment solutions. 

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Rain, hail or shine, this CDU technician has a tower to climb

For nearly 15 years, Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Matthew Northwood has scrambled up towers in remote corners of the Northern Territory to test, adjust and repair technical equipment that’s providing vital information about a changing climate and impacts on our NT environment. 

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A new paper with Charles Darwin University has explored how universities can regain control of academic integrity in the world of Artificial intelligence.

New paper suggests how universities can regain control of education from AI

Universities around the world can preserve academic integrity from the threat of Artificial Intelligence (AI) by resisting corporate pressure and prioritising ethics, according to a new paper with Charles Darwin University. 

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Charles Darwin University’s First Nations Introduction to University – Health program began this week.

Health program attracts students from across the NT

First Nations students from across the Northern Territory are gathering in Darwin this week to explore opportunities to study health in the second year of a successful new Charles Darwin University (CDU) program. 

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The study explored where saltwater crocodiles caught in Darwin Harbour had migrated from.

Origin of salties caught in Darwin Harbour revealed

Problem saltwater crocodiles are typically travelling between 100km and 200km to Darwin Harbour potentially in search of new resources or territories, according to a new study on the migration of the reptiles.

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The study with Charles Darwin University (CDU) and Michigan State University examined how stuttering is understood on Instagram.

Study shows how Instagram could help promote awareness of stuttering

A study into Instagram posts about stuttering has revealed a significant gap of credible and reliable information about the speech disorder on the social media platform. 

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The IUCN has declared the first ever marine fish extinct after an assessment led by Charles Darwin University (CDU) experts. Photo: The Java Stingaree specimen. Photo credit: Edda Aßel, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin.

A global biodiversity tipping point as first marine fish extinction declared

A species of ray, so rare it has only ever been recorded once back in the late 1800s, has been declared extinct after an assessment by an international team led by Charles Darwin University (CDU). 

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Charles Darwin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Scott Bowman signed the Memorandum of Understanding with the Australian International Islamic College founder, His Eminence the National Grand Mufti of Australia Imam Abdul Quddoos Azhari.

New cultural and education partnership with international college

Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the Northern Territory will be promoted as the preferred destination to study among students from the Middle East, South Asia and Southeast Asia following the signing of a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). 

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) researchers will investigate the role of women in commercial seafood industry in the Northern Territory.

Study to explore growing the number of women in the NT seafood industry

Charles Darwin University (CDU) researchers will investigate ways to grow and retain women working in the Northern Territory’s commercial seafood industry, a sector where worldwide they are significantly underrepresented.

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Students can apply for the places at Charles Darwin University from 2024.

New pathway for Territorians to work on nuclear-powered submarines

Charles Darwin University (CDU) will be on the frontline of training the future generation of submarine specialists after being awarded places to support the AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine pathway.

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