Study to explore growing the number of women in the NT seafood industry
Charles Darwin University (CDU) researchers will investigate ways to grow and retain women working in the Northern Territory’s commercial seafood industry, a sector where worldwide they are significantly underrepresented.
From Chicago to the NT: CDU PhD candidate on tropical quest to study carbon unknown
The Northern Territory’s dusty red tracks are a long way from the city streets of Chicago, but for Charles Darwin University (CDU) PhD candidate Adam Rexroade, his commute to work is far more exciting and adventurous down under.
A Charles Darwin University (CDU) study has identified early evening, or a wet season morning, as the prime time for surveying feral pig detection from sky-high drones, which could help land rangers to improve management of the stealthy and invasive animals.
Bushfire tweets reveal role of social media in emergencies
A study on social media activity during the Black Summer bushfires has revealed how the discussions changed through the phases of the disaster, and how critical social media is in disseminating information during natural disasters.
Monitoring wind, gas density and temperatures together can better predict mine disasters
Greater monitoring wind, gas density and temperatures in coal mines can help reduce the risk of disasters, according to a new joint Charles Darwin University (CDU) and University Technology Sydney (UTS) study.
Territorians will get a taste of university life, the tertiary learning experience and explore the pathways to their lifelong passions at Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Open Day at the Casuarina Campus.