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Learning to sustainably manage native fish in the Murray Darling Basin

Friday 9 Nov 2018

Hear CSU fish ecologist, Dr Lee Baumgartner, speak about the native fish that are no-where near as abundant in the Murray Darling Basin as they were before European settlement.

Using machine learning to analyse Tweets to prevent crimes

Thursday 8 Nov 2018

Questions about machine learning and analysis of Tweets for policing are posed and examined in a presentation at the CSU 2018 International Policing Conference in Sydney today, Thursday 8 November.

World losing wetlands 3 times faster than forests: major report

Friday 2 Nov 2018

ILWS Director at CSU, Professor Max Finlayson, reports on the current state of the world's wetlands and what can be done to look after the remaining areas.

CSU student wins NSW international student award

Wednesday 26 Sep 2018

Tireless refugee supporter, women’s advocate and CSU student Mrs Forough Ataollahi has been named NSW International Student of the Year for 2018 in the higher education category.

Tenacity leads to professional friendship and prestigious scholarship

Thursday 13 Sep 2018

When he first sought to come to Australia from Iraq in 1992, little did Dr Karim Hashim Al-Saedi know it would take 26 years to reach his goal.

CSU research: How Hendra and Nipah viruses hijack nuclear trafficking machinery in human cells

Wednesday 12 Sep 2018

CSU research has uncovered new information about how two deadly viruses, Nipah and Hendra, replicate.

CSU student inspires international understanding in regional communities

Tuesday 11 Sep 2018

An international student from Iran who studies at CSU and who knows the difficulties of settling in a new country, has been recognised for extending her friendship to refugees who also seek to call regional Australia home.

Glyphosate and fake news: CSU expert

Wednesday 29 Aug 2018

CSU Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley says recent court cases regarding the use of the chemical glyphosate may have significant impacts for Australian farmers and global food security.

German connection yielding heartfelt results

Wednesday 22 Aug 2018

A German medical student at CSU is helping solve a very Australian problem – how to detect possible heart defects in a fainting patient that lives in a remote or rural location.

Putting sustainable tourism on the map in Myanmar

Friday 10 Aug 2018

A CSU academic is helping put sustainable tourism on the map in Myanmar by educating tourism students about the importance of sustainability in the country’s rapidly growing tourism sector.

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