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Six medals for CSU Boutique Winery

Monday 14 Aug 2017

The CSU Boutique Winery is celebrating after its entire range won medals at the 2017 Australian and New Zealand Boutique Wine Show in Sydney.

Landmark agronomy textbook now free online

Wednesday 2 Aug 2017

While there was no shortage of big hair and shoulder-pads in the 1980s, there was a lack of text books about Australian cropping. CSU's Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley changed that.

International training for CSU student

Tuesday 1 Aug 2017

A CSU research student who's examining the potential anti-cancer properties of coloured rice has won a coveted spot in an international training program.

Trial tests canola meal for beef steers

Thursday 27 Jul 2017

CSU research is evaluating the use of canola meal, a by-product of oil production, as a supplementary feed ration for beef steers.

CSU finalist in 3 Minute Thesis comp

Tuesday 18 Jul 2017

A CSU student has embarked on a war on waste in the Australian beef industry.

Research to improve lamb survival

Wednesday 28 Jun 2017

Research at the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is investigating if adding calcium and magnesium to the diets of pregnant ewes can boost lamb survival.

Young Gun title for CSU wine science graduate

Wednesday 28 Jun 2017

A CSU graduate is among the best new winemakers in Australia in 2017 after being named a winner in the Young Gun of Wine Awards.

Survey into eating habits of Australian horses

Tuesday 27 Jun 2017

A landmark survey by a CSU student aims to shed light on the eating habits of Australian horses.

CSU students shine bright on agricultural horizon

Tuesday 20 Jun 2017

Ambitions for careers in agriculture burn bright for four CSU students who've been named 2017 Horizon Scholars.

Parasite discovery prompts call for more research

Friday 9 Jun 2017

The discovery of a parasite in carp in the Murray Darling Basin has prompted a CSU scientist to call for more research before the release of the carp herpes virus.

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