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Finding refuges for endangered frogs

Friday 2 Mar 2018

A CSU expert is aiming to identify environmental refuges for endangered frogs being decimated by a disease found worldwide, including southern Australia.

New calls for evidence on viral biocontrol, in Science

Friday 23 Feb 2018

Virologists and ecologists, including a CSU expert, call for a demonstration of effectiveness and safety before the Australian Government releases a herpes virus to control exotic common carp.

National award for CSU exercise science research

Monday 12 Feb 2018

A recent CSU graduate has won a prestigious annual national award from a peak industry body for her PhD thesis.

Fire and dingoes can control foxes in Victoria’s Big Desert

Thursday 8 Feb 2018

Foxes prowling the night in Victoria’s semi-arid Big Desert region to prey on small native animals may be watching their backs, according to research findings by a CSU ecologist.

Patients the winners with new digital rehab tool

Wednesday 7 Feb 2018

Exercise physiologists at CSU are using new digital technology to improve patients’ rehabilitation outcomes.

Women, exercise, food and sleep: new CSU study

Tuesday 30 Jan 2018

A new study is underway through CSU to examine the relationship between exercise, appetite and sleep.

Universities work together to ensure more women in STEMM

Wednesday 24 Jan 2018

CSU, working with other leading universities has joined the campaign to ensure women are better represented in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.

Frogs surviving in dry, dry land

Thursday 11 Jan 2018

Frogs are often associated with wet tropical forests or vast swamps, not in the dry lands of southern NSW, which a CSU researcher Dr Carmen Amos to investigate the state of frog populations in the region and the factors influencing them.

Investigating the decline of northern Australia’s largest marsupial predator

Wednesday 10 Jan 2018

A CSU researcher is investigating the status of one of the last major populations of northern quolls before its habitat is invaded by cane toads.

Mighty meat ants help spread native plants along roadsides

Monday 8 Jan 2018

Research from CSU has demonstrated how tiny ants help spread native trees along the roadsides that criss-cross the Australian rural landscape.

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