Drones are being put to the test against working dogs to muster sheep as part of new UNSW Canberra and Charles Sturt University research.
Research conducted by a Charles Sturt PhD student and supervisors has shown shift workers are at an increased risk for cardio-metabolic conditions.
Charles Sturt ranked number one for full-time employment among all Australian universities in the latest Good Universities Guide statistics.
A project led by Charles Sturt University through the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation aims to improve the way remote sensing technologies can be used to detect weeds.
Dr John Rudder who was known for his key role in the recovery of Wiradjuri language in New South Wales and his work with the Yirrkala and Galiwin’ku communities in the Northern Territory has died aged 85.
The third round of the COVID-19 R&D Challenge is open, of which Charles Sturt is an Innovation District Partner. Organisers are looking for solutions to strengthen entrepreneurship post pandemic.
Charles Sturt study on effect of COVID-19 on frontline workers finds alarming rates of anxiety, depression and burnout among those at the forefront of the pandemic.
Staff and students save more than 2,790 lives during Intercampus Blood Donation Challenge, which saw Orange and Wagga Wagga take out top positions again.
Recipients of the Charles Sturt University Distinguished Alumni Awards were announced today as part of the University’s Foundation Day celebrations.
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