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Mixed results for cutting Sunday penalty rates in regional Australia: CSU expert

Wednesday 1 Mar 2017
A CSU expert believes there are mixed results for regional Australia in the proposal to cut Sunday penalty rates for some weekend workers.

What’s going on in your brain during exercise?

Wednesday 15 Feb 2017

A group of cyclists has been pushed to the limit to give CSU researchers new understanding of what's happening in the brain during exercise.

Managing groundwater for farmers in Pakistan

Tuesday 14 Feb 2017

A new $2.15 million dollar project, led by CSU researchers, aims to ultimately improve the lives of millions of people by tackling groundwater over-extraction in Pakistan.

What do conscientious objectors to vaccination owe the community?

Monday 6 Feb 2017

A CSU philosopher argues that conscientious objectors to immunisation should make an appropriate contribution to society in lieu of being vaccinated.

Positive outlook of young carers in regional Australia

Wednesday 1 Feb 2017

Young people in rural and remote Australia who care for a family member with an illness or disability often develop strong family loyalty and connections and a sense of being 'better' people, according to new CSU research.

City home owners place higher values on healthy rivers

Wednesday 25 Jan 2017

Many city people enjoy living near healthy, natural rivers, but real estate valuers, town planners and economists find it difficult to place an economic value on this desire.

Award for agricultural research student

Monday 23 Jan 2017

With a passion for science, agriculture and rural Australia, CSU research student Ms Lucy Watt will be recognised on Australia Day.

Valuing people’s well-being as benefits and costs

Monday 16 Jan 2017

Accurately valuing the social benefits and costs of community changes has proven elusive for policy and economic decision makers until a CSU research project.

CSU science graduate tags new career prospects

Thursday 12 Jan 2017

Studying science at Charles Sturt University (CSU) led Ms Bettina Grieve on a two-month adventure tagging fish in the Mekong River, giving her an appreciation of international scientific collaboration.

Why are our most vulnerable children turning to crime?

Wednesday 11 Jan 2017

CSU researchers have been awarded a national grant to investigate why the Australian welfare and justice systems are turning some of the most vulnerable children into criminals.

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