With a passion for science, agriculture and rural Australia, CSU research student Ms Lucy Watt will be recognised on Australia Day.
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.
A kiss under the mistletoe is a Christmas tradition but for a CSU scientist studying this parasitic plant is a year-round obsession.
A team of four student engineers from CSU has won the national Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Challenge for their design of a composting system for food waste.
A trial in a paddock at CSU is assessing how new techniques can lead to more accurate measurements of greenhouse gas emissions in agricultural landscapes.
CSU research has found a basic healthy diet can cost up to around a third of some family's income support payments, shining new light on food stress in western NSW.
In a medical imaging breakthrough, a CSU scientist has found a way to reduce a patient's exposure to radiation without compromising scan quality.
Investigating how Australian sorghum can be used in the manufacture of the popular Asian alcoholic drink, Baijiu, is under the microscope of CSU researchers.
A new project at CSU will reach out to low income households in the city of Albury to support them to reduce their energy consumption.
Two CSU academics have taken the adage of 'listen to your elders' literally in a new book about healthy ageing and aged care in Australia and New Zealand.