A Charles Sturt University early childhood education expert asks where in the 2022 election campaign is the commitment to big investment and to big policy ideas that ensure free and accessible early childhood education for the long-term?
Can gum tree nectar help wasps attack vineyard-eating moths? Research gets results for grape growers
Charles Sturt is collaborating on research that is looking at ecosystem services, or 'nature's contributions to people', and how grape growers can save time, money and resources.
A Charles Sturt academic reviews why it seems 'therapy-speak' advice often places responsibility on women for managing their emotional reactions to problematic dating and relationship experiences.
Toe jam can be a source of fascination, disgust or barely noticed. It can be a sign you need to wash your feet or rethink your choice of footwear. It can also lead to major health issues. Charles Sturt podiatry experts walk you through the facts.
A Charles Sturt University agribusiness expert suggests Australia can anticipate an increase in wheat exports to countries affected by the Ukraine-Russia conflict and should target those importing nations’ requirements.
A Charles Sturt graduate shares her findings on research to access to voluntary assisted dying in Australian states and territories, and what aspects mean people could be denied this right.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a disruptive and transformative technology. What role does AI play in medical imaging and how can patients become empowered when seeking treatment?
Intermittent fasting has been deeply ingrained in Muslim culture for centuries - and a Charles Sturt theology expert explains why.
Professor Dominic O'Sullivan and other academics explain how Critical Tiriti Analysis is an original policy evaluation methodology based on New Zealand’s Treaty of Waitingi, which could be adapted by other Indigenous nations to ensure meaningful voice in government policy making.
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