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Help needed to advocate for better rural research funding to improve health outcomes in our rural communities

Thursday 16 Aug 2018

Funding, resources and the future of rural health research will be discussed by key health research bodies at the Western NSW Health Research Network conference held on 16 and 17 August in Orange.

International rice training program for PhD students

Thursday 9 Aug 2018

Two CSU PhD students are set to gain new insight into research to improve the lives of people who depend on rice-based food systems, at an international training program in The Philippines.

Natural habitat can help farmers control pests, but not always a win-win

Tuesday 31 Jul 2018

CSU ecologists have contributed to a global study of the impact of natural habitat around farms on pest control in agricultural crops.

Inspiring ageing in regional Australia: CSU symposium

Thursday 12 Jul 2018

Two internationally recognised experts in inspired ageing will headline a symposium for communities across regional Australia to be hosted by CSU in Wagga Wagga, NSW, in August.

Children’s rights in play research

Friday 6 Jul 2018

A CSU education researcher has developed a framework that allows researchers to study with children about play while recognising their rights to refuse to participate under international convention.

CSU 3MT winner asks if White Rice is Naughty or Nice?

Thursday 28 Jun 2018

Is white rice is naughty or nice? This question captured the judges’ attention and earned PhD student Ms Michelle Toutounji the title in the Charles Sturt University (CSU) Three Minute Thesis (3MT) final in Wagga Wagga.

‘VietSpeech’ project to deliver for Australia

Wednesday 27 Jun 2018

Following Refugee Week 2018 last week, researchers at CSU seek Vietnamese-Australians aged 18 and over to participate in a study that examines their use of Vietnamese and English while living in Australia.

Fishways show the way in Mekong basin

Thursday 21 Jun 2018

A project led by CSU researchers has shown that fishways can be successfully added to irrigation structures to allow fish to swim upstream around obstructing migration barriers such as dams, weirs and levee banks.

CSU research to aid Parkinson’s disease sufferers in regional NSW

Wednesday 20 Jun 2018

A CSU nursing research team has been engaged by Parkinson’s NSW to undertake a project in rural and regional NSW.

NWGIC a role to play in new wine research

Friday 8 Jun 2018

The National Wine and Grape Industry Centre in Wagga Wagga is set to play a key role in a research centre to build the sustainability and competitive edge of the Australian wine industry.

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