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University to honour Darwin at Black Tie Dinner

Charles Darwin University will celebrate the legacy of namesake Charles Darwin with a gala black-tie dinner on 12 February, the anniversary of the naturalist’s birth.

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New CDU course paves way for work in allied health

Charles Darwin University will offer a new dual degree from next year to undergraduates seeking a career in Nutrition, Speech and Language Therapy, or Occupational Therapy.
The four-year Bachelor-Masters opens the door to many career opportunities in allied health.

Dr Tracy Woodroffe Newsroom

Call for Indigenous knowledge in teacher training

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) PhD candidate has identified the need for teachers to receive specific pre-service training in Indigenous knowledge.

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NT’s pioneering solar car on display in CBD

Darwin’s history as an early leader in solar car technology is on display in the Smith Street Mall.

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Darwin region bushfires up three-fold in Sept

There were record bushfires around Darwin for September, according to data from the North Australia and Rangelands Fire Information (NAFI) website.

Dr Kamala Thriemer

Malaria researcher awarded $1.25m national fellowship

Menzies School of Health (Menzies) researcher Dr Kamala Thriemer has been awarded a prestigious $1.25 million CSL Centenary Fellowship to develop and optimise treatment programs against vivax malaria in South-east Asia and the Horn of Africa.

Dr Linda Ford

CDU researcher to honour Charles Perkins

One of Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) leading Aboriginal researchers has been chosen to present a prestigious oration named after Dr Charles Perkins AO, the first Aboriginal man in Australia to graduate from university and one of the country’s most influential figures of the late 20th century. 

Rebecca Rodgers newsroom

Weather radars reign for info on flying animals

Scientists are using weather radars, originally developed to measure rainfall, to study the flight patterns of birds, bats and insects. A researcher claims, however, that we should use radars to measure flying animals more often.

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CDU in the lead where it matters

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is ahead of most other Australian universities in two measures that matter most to students: finding work after graduation and their starting salaries.

CDU Innov8 2019

CDU Innov8 connecting business with research and innovation

Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) research will be showcased during October Business Month’s Innovation Week.

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