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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.

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.

CSU consent program sets new students up for safer future

Tuesday 20 Feb 2018

CSU has developed unique face-to-face training for key student groups to improve communication about sexual relationships and skills in bystander response.

Pulse product innovation

Monday 19 Feb 2018

Imagine sitting down to breakfast and pouring ice cold milk on your bowl of chickpeas? It might become a reality thanks to CSU research into innovative processing techniques to add value to pulse crops.

Changing landscape at CSU in Wagga Wagga

Wednesday 14 Feb 2018

The time has come to farewell one of CSU landmark buildings after it has served generations of students in Wagga Wagga as an accommodation block.

CSU students win silver in global Spartans challenge

Wednesday 14 Feb 2018

A CSU student team has reached the podium in competing in the 2017 international Internet of Things Spartans Challenge.

Transition to uni life made easier

Tuesday 13 Feb 2018

A new program at CSU in 2018 will help uncertain students make the move to university study.

Fire and dingoes can control foxes in Victoria’s Big Desert

Thursday 8 Feb 2018

Foxes prowling the night in Victoria’s semi-arid Big Desert region to prey on small native animals may be watching their backs, according to research findings by a CSU ecologist.

The outdoors and education in Nepal

Monday 5 Feb 2018

The South Asian country of Nepal was the perfect destination for CSU Bachelor of Outdoor Education student, Mr Adam McDonnell, combining his love of teaching and nature.

Birds benefit and burden agricultural production: CSU research

Tuesday 30 Jan 2018

A CSU researcher has shown that the benefits of birds far outweigh their costs to agricultural production in much of Australia.

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