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Research reveals how integrating solar energy in the LNG industry can cut Australia’s carbon footprint

Research reveals integrating solar energy in LNG industry cuts Australia’s carbon footprint

The integration of solar energy into Australia’s liquid natural gas (LNG) industry could dramatically reduce Australia’s carbon footprint while also creating thousands of additional jobs. 

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Final designs for new CDU precinct unveiled

Final designs for Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) new Education and Community Precinct have been unveiled with final approvals now in place and construction set to start

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Meeting demands for speech pathologists in the Top End

A new speech pathology course at Charles Darwin University (CDU) will train more professionals to help Territorians with communication disabilities to better communicate and achieve life goals.

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Pre-service teachers gain valuable classroom experience through volunteer opportunities

A new program is giving pre-service teachers at Charles Darwin University (CDU) a chance to gain practical experience and Northern Territory schools much-needed support in the classroom.

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Teacher training to upskill Indigenous educators

A program has been providing educational opportunities and graduating Indigenous teachers for remote Indigenous schools in the Northern Territory.

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Students get a taste for university at CDU Open Day

Despite lockdown impacting the Northern Territory this week, this year’s Charles Darwin University (CDU) Open Day will go ahead as planned, giving Territorians a taste for university life.

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Bursary gets Emma on track for her sea ranger dream

Born in Katherine, Emma Barrett grew up along the Limmen Bight River in the remote Gulf of Carpentaria. The thought of getting a university degree was almost as remote as where Emma lives.

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Renowned anthropologist and filmmaker joins CDU

Acclaimed anthropologist and filmmaker Professor Jennifer Deger has recently joined Charles Darwin University (CDU) as Professor of Digital Humanities at the Northern Institute.

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Holographic technology used in bushfire management

High-resolution 3D printed models are used as terrain surfaces over which projected spatial data, landscape process animations and simulations are displayed. 

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International students rate CDU highly on COVID-19 response

Recently published research investigated the impact of COVID-19 on international students studying in Australia and illustrates their favourable response to Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) COVID-19 interventions.

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The CDU Newsroom is the central point of contact for all media enquiries to Charles Darwin University (CDU). The media team promotes University research, manages requests for expert commentary and produces articles and media releases for news outlets. For all enquiries to film on campus please email the team below.

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