Home cooking on the rise during COVID-19
Improved nutrition and connected family meal times could be an unintended positive consequence during the COVID-19 outbreak, according to a Charles Darwin University dietitian.
CDU’s 3D printing technology deployed into Navy
Cutting edge 3D printing technology developed at Charles Darwin University (CDU) will be deployed by the Royal Australian Navy in a world-first trial that will streamline the maintenance of patrol vessels.
Territorians urged to have their say in solar survey
Residents in Darwin and Palmerston are being asked to fill out a survey that promises to give insights into why the economic benefits of solar energy do not appeal to Territorians.
Powerful genetic tool aids endangered Gouldian finch
For the first time, Australian scientists have shown that environmental DNA (eDNA) can be used to detect the presence of an endangered bird species simply by collecting a cupful of water from the pools where they drink.
Kids stride into future learning
More than 50 primary school students, some as young as seven-years-old, have celebrated at a university graduation of their very own at Charles Darwin University.
New literary journal to capture NT’s essence
The first edition of a homegrown literary journal that offers Northern Territory writers, artists and poets a new forum for thought and expression will be published online next week.
CDU’s HIVE of virtual learning
Students at Charles Darwin University (CDU) are using the latest virtual and augmented reality technologies in their health education studies.
Lecture to explore vexed PFAS question
An engineer and scientist with a distinguished career in research will examine the issues raised for petrochemical and aviation firefighting following the introduction of fluorine-free foams, when he delivers the final Charles Darwin University Professorial Lecture for 2019.
CDU conference to examine African-Australian narratives
Charles Darwin University (CDU) will host the first scholarly conference to interrogate narratives surrounding Australian immigrants with African heritage, at CDU’s Casuarina campus on 24 and 25 October.
Balinese art exhibition to open at CDU
For the first time, Darwin audiences can view the diversity and splendour of Balinese art in an exhibition that will open to the public at Charles Darwin University (CDU) Art Gallery on Thursday, 24 October.