CSU student Ms Anika Molesworth has been named 2015 Young Farmer of the Year, but she couldn't celebrate right away – she was presenting at a farming and heritage conservation conference in England when she heard the news.
It might be on the other side of the world from his native Poland but CSU in Wagga Wagga is the perfect place for microbiologist Dr Jakub Baranek to further his research.
It can grow up to 14 centimetres long, has hooked claws and CSU researchers have discovered this parasite appears to be common in the noses of wild dogs.
CSU student Ms Aimee Snowden has a passion for agriculture, an eye for photography and a knack for communication.
CSU wetland ecologist, Professor Max Finlayson, will outline his vision for restoring and managing water systems to regional business leaders from across the country.
Cutting edge research using stem cells is underway at CSU to better understand and help develop treatments for Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
The development of a new degree at CSU to support emerging veterinary technology professionals in Australia will be recognised at an annual awards ceremony at the University in Wagga Wagga today.
A CSU researcher is working with colleagues in China as part of the push to develop healthier grains and functional foods.
A specialist in livestock production has been named as the new Director of the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, a research alliance between CSU and the NSW DPI.
For equine surgeon Associate Professor Bryan Hilbert, treating unusual congenital deformities in large animals is a challenge and a teaching opportunity for veterinary science students at CSU.