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.
CDU wins grant to build skills, boost productivity
Charles Darwin University has been awarded $550,000 in milestone funding to help boost organisational productivity across the Territory’s health and community services sector.
Staying, coming or going? Survey to explore Territory migration since COVID-19
Charles Darwin University researchers have developed a survey to provide a better understanding of COVID-19’s impact on population migration patterns into and out of the Northern Territory.
Marine debris turned into stunning woven baskets
Using discarded marine debris to hand-craft traditional Groote Eylandt woven baskets was one of the highlights for students taking part in a five-day Charles Darwin University course this week.
Australia at forefront of secret war technology
New research shows that Australia played a far greater role in the development of technology used to find enemy radar during World War II than has been credited previously.
Students to celebrate academic achievements at virtual grad
Charles Darwin University will celebrate the academic achievements of more than 1200 students at virtual graduation ceremonies tomorrow night.
CDU to train homegrown paramedics
Paramedics will soon be able to train locally in the Northern Territory thanks to a new partnership between Charles Darwin University and St John NT.
Malaria research leads CDU graduate to USA
Research on a disease that impacts more than 200 million people globally each year has led a Charles Darwin University PhD graduand to Seattle in the United States to continue vital immunology work towards global malaria elimination.
Research focuses on East Point rainforest rehabilitation
The rehabilitation of dry seasonal rainforest at East Point Reserve in Darwin, which was devastated during World War II and Cyclone Tracy, has been the focus of research by a Charles Darwin University PhD graduand.