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CSU AgriTech Incubator sells success to MPs, seeks new cohort

Friday 3 Nov 2017

The AgriTech Incubator in Wagga Wagga will host a visit by a NSW Parliamentary Committee and now seeks applicants for the second cohort of start-up businesses.

CSU academic contributed to Nobel Prize winning research

Friday 3 Nov 2017
The recent announcement of a 2017 Nobel Prize for the detection of gravitational waves had a Charles Sturt University (CSU) connection, with an academic involved in the research since 2000.

CSU co-hosts international ecumenical conference in Canberra

Thursday 2 Nov 2017

The Charles Sturt University (CSU) Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture (ACC&C) will co-host the 4th International Conference on Receptive Ecumenism in Canberra from Monday 6 to Thursday 9 November.

Research to boost the immune systems of calves

Wednesday 1 Nov 2017

Boosting the immune systems of calves before they're even born is the focus of new research through the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation.

Hanging out with the boys: how bromance often steals the spotlight in The Bachelorette

Wednesday 1 Nov 2017

Dr Suzie Gibson has written an article (recently published in the Conversation) about how the bromances can steal the spotlight in The Bachelorette

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Yes vote offers opportunity for leadership: CSU expert

Thursday, 16 Nov 2017

Today's same-sex marriage survey result provides Malcolm Turnbull with the decisive leadership opportunity that has so far eluded his Prime Ministership, according to a CSU academic.

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