Animal & veterinary science
CSU's Odyssey Program is providing peer support to vet students to address the unique attributes of the profession.
Two CSU students with a passion for the beef industry are set to take part in an internship program offered by Angus Australia and the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation.
CSU research has found canola meal may provide an option for beef producers to supplementary feed steers and still access premium prices for grass-fed beef.
CSU students recently attended the 14th International Society of Equitation Science conference to advance their understanding of how to improve the welfare of horses.
Tireless refugee supporter, women’s advocate and CSU student Mrs Forough Ataollahi has been named NSW International Student of the Year for 2018 in the higher education category.
CSU research has uncovered new information about how two deadly viruses, Nipah and Hendra, replicate.
An international student from Iran who studies at CSU and who knows the difficulties of settling in a new country, has been recognised for extending her friendship to refugees who also seek to call regional Australia home.
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.
CSU research has shown the harmful effects of a toxic weed on kangaroos, prompting calls for strategic investment to control invasive plants in grasslands.
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