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Joelene and Darcy Puntoriero in Nhulunbuy

CDU passage to top job and traditional culture

On a remote stretch of tropical coastline shaped by the Northern Territory’s Gove Peninsula, Joelene Puntoriero, 28, and her four-year-old daughter Darcy are living the dream in Nhulunbuy in North East Arnhem Land.

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Charles Darwin University (CDU) has sent out over 1,900 offers to students to study at CDU in 2023.

CDU makes over 1,900 offers for students to study in 2023

Charles Darwin University (CDU) has made 1,951 offers to students to study undergraduate and postgraduate courses at CDU in 2023.

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CDU engineering alumni and Power and Water Operations Planning Manager Ahmad Mazloum is responsible for overseeing the safe, secure and reliable operation of the Territory’s regulated power systems.

New graduate program to support pipeline of engineers in the Territory

A new partnership between Charles Darwin University and the Power and Water Corporation is providing a solid foundation to develop and inspire the next generation of engineers.

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A joint study between CDU and the University of Tehran identified a new vulnerability in blockchain technology that threatens its use in Industry 4.0.

Cyber security experts identify new threat to blockchain technology

A study from Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the University of Tehran in Iran has identified a new cyber threat that brings into doubt blockchain security for use in critical infrastructure.

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The Charles Darwin University (CDU) IT Code Fair took place from Monday, December 5 to Thursday, December 8.

Students to showcase skills at CDU’s IT Code Fair

The technological talents of Charles Darwin University (CDU) students will be on display today at the final day of the annual CDU IT Code Fair. 

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CDU’s new First Nations Pre-Engineering Course will showcase the significant role of engineers in society.

New course to introduce First Nations students to engineering

A new Charles Darwin University (CDU) course will give First Nations students an immersive experience into the world of engineering.

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Associate Professor Mamoun Alazeb

CDU computer scientist recognised as one of the most influential in the world

Charles Darwin University (CDU) Associate Professor Mamoun Alazab always noted the renowned researchers who made a list of the top one per cent of the most influential in the world, never imagining that one day he would be on it.

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New Northern institute Director Professor Kim Humphery plans to focus on what the institute does best by championing collaborative research.

New Director encourages collaborators to share in Northern Institute research successes

The new Director of Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Northern Institute wants to build on the successes that it has had over the past decade.

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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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