Macadamia trees are under siege from a native parasite, the mistletoe, and a CSU expert in mistletoes was asked to provide advice on its control in commercial orchards.
While land wildlife such as elephants, rhinos and tigers regularly capture global attention the upcoming World Wildlife Day this Sunday 3 March reminds us that life below the world’s oceans make a vital contribution to sustainable development.
Research at CSU has found that exercising in the evening will not ruin sleep and might even reduce appetite.
A group of Pakistani water management and technical experts is visiting CSU in Albury-Wodonga to investigate the local water management techniques adapted for southern Australia’s dry climate.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) will this week host Visiting Scholar and leading human rights activist from New Zealand, Associate Professor Leonie Pihama under the Faculty of Arts and Education Visiting Scholar’s Scheme.
CSU and Royal Far West have joined with media outlet Nine Australian Community Media to advocate for improved services to children and families in rural and remote areas.
Research as part of the Active Living Longer (ALLong) program held at CSU in Bathurst launched last June shows benefits for the participants.
Recent native fish deaths at Menindee are symptoms of a global malaise says world leading wetland ecologist at CSU, Professor Max Finlayson.
Let’s face it – most drivers have driven around the block searching for that elusive ‘perfect’ parking space. A research team at CSU in Port Macquarie hopes to change that.
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