13 November 2013
Dr Bradley Smith with a dingo pup

Dingoes have the best of both worlds, being able to independently solve problems and survive in the wild while also establishing successful relationships with people.

05 September 2013
Michele Lastella including images from Asian Beach Soccer Cup thumb

CQUniversity PhD candidate Michele Lastella is heading away with the Beach Socceroos to Tahiti next week (Sept 13) to open the brand new stadium for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.

21 August 2013
Previous participants in the program I’m a Scientist, Get me out of Here! is an free online event where students get to meet and interact with real scientists.
Young SA workers can win vouchers for survey input

Young South Australian workers are being encouraged to contribute to an anonymous online survey for a project aimed at developing a strategy to improve work health and safety. Read more

Published: 21 August 2013

Anjum looks to 'augmented reality' for fast-tracking new train drivers

Australia faces a shortage of qualified train drivers so researchers are looking to fast-track their learning with the use of augmented reality. Read more

Published: 31 July 2013

Why do asylum seekers head for Australia? - CQUni researcher investigates

Dr Danielle Every has secured a $44,335 Commonwealth grant for a pilot study into why people choose to seek asylum in Australia. Read more

Published: 18 July 2013

Uni beefs up its presence in Adelaide

An intriguing contemporary artwork installed in the foyer of the Adelaide campus is provoking much interest. Read more

Published: 16 July 2013

Better sleep health could help 'close the gap' for Indigenous children

Better sleep health could be a significant factor in addressing the health and wellbeing of Indigenous children and young people. However it has yet to be strongly considered.   Read more

Published: 10 July 2013