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A Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher will reignite the spark of conversation about the 2019-2020 Black Summer wildfires, and their impacts on biodiversity, at a major ecological conference this week.

CDU expert delivers warning about dystopian future after Black Summer bushfires

A Charles Darwin University (CDU) researcher will reignite the spark of conversation about the impact of the 2019-2020 Black Summer wildfires at a major ecological conference this week.

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Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods scientists at CDU plan to start a citizen science project that is one of the largest groundwater studies in the world.

CDU plans for largest citizen science groundwater study in the world

Resource limitations for research into Northern Australia’s groundwater has meant not a lot is known about systems, but a new Charles Darwin University (CDU) study will take a giant leap in our understand through citizen science.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) is continuing its push to attract Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students with a new multi-million-dollar scholarship fund.

CDU investing in research with new three-year scholarships

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is continuing its push to attract Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students with a new multi-million-dollar scholarship fund.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) Professor Stephen Garnett has received a Special Commendation award at the Royal Zoological Society of NSW’s Whitley Awards held recently in Sydney.

CDU Professor honoured for contributions to Australasian fauna conservation

Charles Darwin University (CDU) Professor of Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods Stephen Garnett has received a Special Commendation award at the Royal Zoological Society of NSW’s Whitley Awards held recently in Sydney. 

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New record of CDU researchers among the most influential in the world

New record of CDU researchers among the most influential in the world

Researchers from Charles Darwin University (CDU) have enhanced their global reputations as some of the most influential in their fields in the world.

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Magpie geese diet research

Latest research finds magpie geese resist allure of NT mango madness

Research from Charles Darwin University (CDU) has identified opportunistic feeding behaviours of magpie geese across the Top End, with new solutions to improve management of the iconic bird as the Territory heads into peak mango season.

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Dr Robin Leppitt head and shoulders, holding a small yellow bird with both hands, green flat plain in background

PhD research on threatened bird finds bird may not exist

New research from a Charles Darwin University ornithologist suggests that an endangered subspecies of bird may not be endangered. In fact, the research suggests that the subspecies may not exist at all.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) wants to find top higher degree students looking for an adventure in key Northern Australia research projects.

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has vital research projects that need researchers in face of shortages

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has started a push to recruit higher degree students for vital research projects but will have to cast a wide net to get the right people, according to the University’s head of research.

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Northern Territory Science Week Awards 2022 is a celebration of those champions of science who get more people involved in STEM.

Regional and remote projects prominent in awards that recognise Territory science champions

The Northern Territory Science Week Awards 2022 will acknowledge the champions of science for their contribution to the community's promotion of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

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