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Design tender for Education and Community Precinct goes live

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has released the latest tender for the design of the $250 million Education and Community Precinct, a key element of the Darwin City Deal.

Charles Darwin University student Nicole Ng with her award

Award signifies bright future for architecture student

Charles Darwin University student Nicole Ng is building a bright future in architecture after taking out the NT Student Award at the 2020 NT Architecture Awards.

CDU engineers have travelled to a remote area in the NT to train Australian Army soldiers in cutting-edge metal 3D printing technology

3D print training assists Australian Army in remote NT

Charles Darwin University engineers have travelled to a remote area in the Northern Territory to train Australian Army soldiers in cutting-edge metal 3D printing technology.

Dr Carla Eisemberg

Science judges place CDU ecologist in top tier

Charles Darwin University ecologist Dr Carla Eisemberg has been recognised for research excellence by judges searching for Australia’s nominee for the internationally prestigious APEC ASPIRE Prize.

Sam Gleadhill

Digital devices to get bad backs back on track

A passion for sprinting and weightlifting has led a Charles Darwin University PhD graduate to a different pursuit, assisting workers to avoid debilitating back injuries.

Amy Graham and children

Research reveals starting school's not always simple

Uniform school starting processes around the country would assist parents and teachers to have kids who are prepared to learn when they begin school, according to new Charles Darwin University research.

Dr Robert Commons

Radical cure instrumental in beating malaria

Research findings by Charles Darwin University PhD graduate Dr Robert Commons has the potential to deliver health benefits to millions of malaria sufferers around the globe.

Tatenda Mapuranga

CDU grads get virtual send off

More than 2200 students will be recognised for their academic achievements during CDU’s first ever virtual graduation ceremony this Friday, 12 June.

PhD graduate Penelope Bergen

Outback isolation study may contain celestial insights

Humanity’s quest to settle Mars may find insight in a new Charles Darwin University study that explores how government workers adapted to life in isolated Outback Territory settlements.

Dr Karen Hobday

Research to lower alarming global maternal mortality

Giving birth continues to be a life-threatening event for women globally, with about 830 women dying each day due to pregnancy-related complications.


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