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Where art meets science … and parasites: workshop draws on expertise

Friday, 14 Aug 2020

Where art meets science … and parasites: workshop draws on expertise A pair of Charles Sturt University experts will share their fascination for parasites in a free online workshop on Wednesday 19 August. Charles Sturt University parasite experts will highlight their research in an online workshop The workship is being...

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Facts versus Fears: Expert’s defence of glyphosate use

Tuesday, 11 Aug 2020

Facts versus Fears: Expert’s defence of glyphosate use Charles Sturt Professor of Agriculture Jim Pratley unpicks the debate surrounding the future use of the chemical glyphosate in a new article published in the Farm Policy Journal. Charles Sturt University Professor of Agriculture Jim Pratley unpicks debate surrounding the future use...

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Charles Sturt research could have big impact on equine industry

Friday, 7 Aug 2020

Charles Sturt research could have big impact on equine industry Master's student's research on horse owners' use of bitted and unbitted bridles, believes to be first of its kind, could change the equine industry. Charles Sturt master’s student to research horse owners’ use of bitted and unbitted bridles Mrs Jude...

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Avian influenza outbreak highlights need for better approaches for managing biosecurity

Thursday, 6 Aug 2020

Avian influenza outbreak highlights need for better approaches for managing biosecurity The shift towards free-range egg production has raised concerns about the potential increased risk of Avian Influenza outbreaks, according to a Charles Sturt University expert A strain of H7N7 avian influenza virus has been detected on a free-range egg...

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Three billion animals affected is a true measure of effect of Australian bushfires

Thursday, 30 Jul 2020

Three billion animals affected is a true measure of effect of Australian bushfires Charles Sturt researcher Professor Dale Nimmo part of team that compiled report for WWF about the three billion animals affected by the Australian bushfires. Charles Sturt academic one of 10 scientists to contribute to report on effects...

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Charles Sturt to collaborate with Department of Defence in new agreement

Wednesday, 29 Jul 2020

Charles Sturt to collaborate with Department of Defence in new agreement Charles Sturt signs on to Defence Science Partnerships program to collaborate with Defence on research, security and STEM opportunities in schools. Charles Sturt to work with Department of Defence in new partnership Charles Sturt one of 37 public universities...

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Charles Sturt University invited to appear at Senate Select Committee on COVID-19

Wednesday, 29 Jul 2020

Charles Sturt University invited to appear at Senate Select Committee on COVID-19 Charles Sturt University, with Regional Universities Network, appeared before the Senate Select Committee on COVID-19 at a hearing on Tuesday 28 July. Charles Sturt University is the first university to appear before the Senate Select Committee on COVID-19...

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Charles Sturt research seeks to understand shared values of vegans and livestock producers

Tuesday, 28 Jul 2020

Charles Sturt research seeks to understand shared values of vegans and livestock producers "We have seen increased scrutiny of animal welfare, radical protests by activists on farms and abattoirs, and veganism gaining social licence and influence globally." Charles Sturt University research aims to understand the shared values of vegans and...

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Charles Sturt expert co-authors world-first report on migratory fish declines

Tuesday, 28 Jul 2020

Charles Sturt expert co-authors world-first report on migratory fish declines Charles Sturt Fish Ecologist Professor Lee Baumgartner has contributed to a world-first report that found migratory freshwater fish populations have declined globally by average of 76 per cent between 1970 and 2016. Charles Sturt Fish Ecologist Professor Lee Baumgartner says...

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Charles Sturt research project on novel weed management identifies tactics for mixed farming systems

Friday, 24 Jul 2020

Charles Sturt research project on novel weed management identifies tactics for mixed farming systems Charles Sturt collaborative research identifies new and effective weed management strategies for no-till and mixed farming systems. An innovative long-term research project investigating weed management strategies for no-till and mixed farming systems in southern Australia has...

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