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Ethical challenges ahead for FIFA sponsors

Friday 29 May 2015

The corruption scandal facing the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) will force the organisation's corporate sponsors to review their own ethical position and reputation, according to a CSU expert.

Nuclear power stations and underground comics = cultural heritage

Thursday 28 May 2015

Touring old nuclear power stations may not be high on many European travel itineraries but it was for one CSU academic.

Compulsory maths and science only part of the solution

Wednesday 27 May 2015

The curriculum for secondary school science and mathematics must be made more relevant and interesting before it can be made compulsory, according to a CSU expert.

Listen, acknowledge and respond to mental health in palliative care

Wednesday 27 May 2015

Improving the care of the mental health of patients nearing the end of their lives is the focus of a new national palliative care research project.

Manage and mitigate ISIS use of social media

Tuesday 26 May 2015

A Charles Sturt University terrorism expert says the use of social media by Islamic State in Syria and Iraq can only be managed and mitigated from this point on.

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Manage and mitigate ISIS use of social media

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

A Charles Sturt University terrorism expert says the use of social media by Islamic State in Syria and Iraq can only be managed and mitigated from this point on.

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