22 November 2018

Echoing the Precogs of Minority Report, researchers at CQUniversity’s Appleton Institute in Adelaide provided the software for a pivotal biomathematical study of American police rosters.

29 August 2018

Adelaide-based gambling research student Hannah Thorne has won both the judges' and people's choice awards at CQUniversity's annual 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) competition.

24 August 2018

CQUniversity Adelaide recently helped stage an inspirational workshop by legendary social innovator Michael Ableman, who has established urban farms that provide local food and employment in America's struggling suburbs.

Sport horses and hashtags – when social media gallops ahead

Can sport horse proponents continue to ensure they have a social licence to operate in an increasingly disruptive media environment? Read more

Published: 12 July 2018

Does food rescue need rescuing?

Approaches to food charity, food welfare, and community food security should focus on solutions to the causes of food insecurity, including social inequality and environmental degradation. Read more

Published: 20 March 2018

How a girl with green stockings led to shortlist for prestigious poetry prize

CQUniversity alumnus Katherine Healy is really glad that she bought a print of a Paul Klee painting called Mit Grünen Strümpfen (With Green Stockings). Read more

Published: 06 March 2018

Too hot to trot? New focus on horse owners’ response to major weather events

Researchers are canvassing the need for social marketing and behaviour change strategies to build the resilience of equestrian cultures to major climate and weather events. Read more

Published: 26 February 2018

Sleep is key to help firefighters avoid safety risks during bushfires

Elevated and unsustainable levels of firefighter fatigue and/or degradation of firefighters’ work performance could increase their individual risk of injury, increase demand on other crew members, and compromise the overall bushfire suppression operation. Read more

Published: 21 February 2018

Ensuring science of horse riding is not saddled by poor communication

Horse owners can draw on centuries of knowledge, experiences handed down through generations of their family, and their own personal ‘feelings’ as a rider. Read more

Published: 20 February 2018

A standardised 'rego' system would be a boon for horse care

Consideration should be given to compulsory national registration for all horses in Australia. Read more

Published: 14 February 2018