CSU research

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CSU finalist in 3 Minute Thesis comp

Monday 17 Jul 2017

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

Launch of first-of-its-kind Report on Islamophobia in Australia

Sunday 9 Jul 2017

Australian Muslim women who ventured out on their own were almost three times more likely to face harassment of an islamophobic nature.

Hard lessons still to be learnt: CSU cybersecurity experts

Thursday 29 Jun 2017

Cybersecurity experts at CSU believe Australian businesses suffering from the latest ransomware attack 'Petya' have not learned sufficiently from a previous global attack.

New book explores theories of indigenous politics

Wednesday 28 Jun 2017

A new book by a CSU academic is the first comprehensive integration of political theory to explain indigenous politics.

Research to improve lamb survival

Tuesday 27 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.

Survey into eating habits of Australian horses

Monday 26 Jun 2017

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

Coastal wetlands needed to resist climate change

Monday 19 Jun 2017

An internationally recognised CSU researcher has shown that the decline of some coastal wetlands around Australia can be attributed to climate change, rising sea levels and current water and land management practices.

Parasite discovery prompts call for more research

Thursday 8 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.

Trust in juries and courts in the Age of Terror

Wednesday 7 Jun 2017

A book co-edited and part-written by a CSU legal expert has addressed the complex challenges faced by courts in Western democracies trying terrorism cases.

Australia’s cybersecurity in spotlight at Wagga conference

Monday 5 Jun 2017

Hackers using Wannacry malware, national security, and business challenges are hot topics for cybersecurity experts from around Australia and overseas when they meet this week in Wagga Wagga, NSW.

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