Grape & wine science

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Australian scientists take on worldwide agricultural scourge

Monday 14 Jan 2013
Two Australian scientists have helped reveal the "evolutionary trick" which makes the diamondback moth one of the world's worst agricultural pests.

CSU students set to graduate in Orange

Friday 7 Dec 2012
Almost 500 graduands and guests will gather to celebrate the graduation of 114 students from Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Orange on Tuesday 11 December.

CSU students set to graduate in Dubbo

Friday 7 Dec 2012
More than 370 graduands and guests will gather to celebrate the graduation of 94 students from Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Dubbo on Tuesday 11 December.

CSU grads show it's a woman's world

Friday 26 Oct 2012
This year's crop of Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management graduates from Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Orange will feature more pony-tails than stubble, reflecting the fact that more women are joining the industry than ever before.

CSU seeks new weapon for winegrowers

Friday 19 Oct 2012
New research at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Orange will attempt to find new ways to protect Australia's vineyards from two of the wine industry's biggest scourges.

Loss of wine industry leader

Tuesday 25 Sep 2012
CSU is mourning the loss of Mr Ron Potter, AM, who played a key role in the establishment of wine science education and research at the University.

Bright horizon for CSU students

Tuesday 10 Jul 2012
A passion for agriculture and a desire to promote the industry has seen CSU students Ms Eliza Star and Ms Hannah Schulz awarded prestigious Horizon Scholarships.

New world renowned Director for Wine Centre

Thursday 14 Jun 2012
An international expert in viticulture will turn his attention from the wine industry in South Africa to Australia as the new Director of the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre at CSU.

CSU commentators on NSW budget

Monday 5 Sep 2011
The NSW O’Farrell government is due to bring down its first budget since the Coalition won office at the March state election. CSU has experienced commentators to provide analysis of the budget and what it means for the communities of regional NSW.

Winning CSU Merlot to shine at inaugural wine dinner

Wednesday 24 Aug 2011
The award winning 2009 CSU Merlot will be one of the highlights of the inaugural Barrel Hall Dinner at the CSU Winery on Saturday 3 September.

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