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

Thursday 13 Sep 2018

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

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: $23 million project to put dung beetles to work

Thursday 6 Sep 2018

Dung beetles are the focus of a collaborative national research effort to turn 80 million tonnes of dung produced by Australian livestock each year into a multi-million dollar benefit to farmers.

Sport as leisure, not as panacea: new book

Monday 10 Sep 2018

A new book cautions against political elevation of sport as a cure-all for social ills.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Finding the right mix for people and Nature

Thursday 31 May 2018

A team including a researcher from CSU has found that as Melbourne grows, it is better for many native bird populations to increase human numbers on existing urban land, rather than to continue the urban sprawl on Melbourne’s urban fringes.

Environmental ecologist from Scotland joins CSU

Wednesday 23 May 2018

A new CSU science lecturer is contributing to conservation strategies and legal change in his homeland of Scotland.

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