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Panic spreads

Monday 26 Feb 2018

Research at the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation aims to develop a more accurate method for identifying the wind-swept panic grasses, which accumulate on fence lines in late summer and autumn.

Act for those with communication disorders: CSU academic

Friday 23 Feb 2018

Health and education professionals have a particular role in supporting individuals with communication disorders, according to new research.

New calls for evidence on viral biocontrol, in Science

Friday 23 Feb 2018

Virologists and ecologists, including a CSU expert, call for a demonstration of effectiveness and safety before the Australian Government releases a herpes virus to control exotic common carp.

Communication is a human right

Thursday 22 Feb 2018

To mark the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, language and communication experts at CSU have contributed five articles to a leading international journal.

Indian hawkers’ story reflects modern migrant dilemmas

Tuesday 20 Feb 2018

A CSU researcher believes the story of Indian ‘hawkers’, who plied their trade across south-eastern Australia in the late 1800s, is reflected in the current dilemmas facing migrants in regional Australia.

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Matt OConnell
Help find an Australian icon in the pub

Thursday, 15 Mar 2018

Scouting pubs and clubs across south-eastern Australia might not seem a bad way to spend your study time, but for CSU researcher Mr Matt O’Connell, it is all in the name of science.

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