Lunchtime talk to explore historic peacekeeping mission
Charles Darwin University (CDU) historian Dr Steven Farram will reveal the story behind a little-known part of Australia’s military and diplomatic history with Indonesia at a lunchtime talk at the CDU Art Gallery on Thursday, 20 February.
CDU research wins award at top UK conference
Charles Darwin University (CDU) research into the marketing of harmful products was presented at September’s British Academy of Management conference in Birmingham, UK.
Triple treat for CDU at training awards
Charles Darwin University has won the prestigious Training Provider of the Year trophy for the third year in a row at the 64th NT Training Awards in Darwin at the weekend.
Smart Skips project wins national award
The Smart Skips project developed by Charles Darwin University has been hailed for excellence at the Regional Development Conference where it has won the Innovation Award.
CDU gallery acquires award-winning painting
The winning work of a landscape art prize has been acquired for the Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Collection.
Former Sex Discrimination Commissioner to speak in Darwin
Australia’s longest serving Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick AO will present the ninth Austin Asche Oration in Law and Governance on Thursday, 19 September at Parliament House in Darwin.
New approach to track returning animals at rehabilitated mine sites
A new approach to setting benchmarks for the return of fauna will allow rehabilitation managers to better assess the success of their restoration efforts on mine sites across Australia’s north.
Creative students make up their own future world
More than 50 Charles Darwin University hair and beauty students shown off their prodigious creative talents and a high degree of technical flare at the Time to Shine fashion parade in Palmerston
Source water holds key to bacterial water safety in remote North
Research led by Charles Darwin University (CDU) and published by PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases has found the geochemistry of groundwater impacts the occurrence of opportunistic pathogens in the drinking water supply in remote communities.
Truth telling at Daly River
A truth-telling project that captured the impacts of colonisation and traditional healing practices of the Nauiyu community at Daly River will be the subject of a major presentation at a research conference in Darwin tomorrow.