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01 March 2017

To celebrate International Women’s Day we get to know some of CQUniversity’s amazing female researchers. Meet DR AMY REYNOLDS – a sleep researcher based at CQUni’s Appleton Institute in Adelaide.

20 February 2017

There’s an intense focus on preventing passenger trains and freight trains from passing signals when danger looms but less emphasis on the issue in light rail (i.e. tram) systems.

07 February 2017

More sex is associated with more sleep, and more sleep is associated with more sexual desire.

How can we tell if horses are ‘happy’ since they don’t wag tails?

Our ability to gauge horse happiness or to intervene quickly enough when they are sick or injured are among key issues to be discussed at a major equine symposium in England this week. Read more

Published: 06 February 2017

Co-originator of permaculture concept honoured at launch of graduate diploma

CQUniversity will award an honorary doctorate to co-originator of the permaculture concept, David Holmgren, during the launch of the Graduate Diploma in Permaculture Design. Read more

Published: 31 January 2017

Pioneering Permaculture students praise course, plan for capstone projects

The first year of CQUniversity's new Graduate Certificate in Permaculture Design has sparked plenty of positive feedback from students. Read more

Published: 30 January 2017

Permaculture students embrace 'hands-on' experiences at inspirational learning sites

CQUniversity's pioneering cohort of Permaculture Design and Sustainability students have embraced the opportunity to get 'hands-on' at inspirational sites. Read more

Published: 27 January 2017

Aussie ‘Sleep Book’ draws praise from parents of toddlers and recognition overseas

It’s been just over three years since two CQUniversity researchers launched theBoss of My Sleep Bookto put bedtime power into the hands of the child, avoiding the need for controlled crying or punitive measures which are often ineffective. Read more

Published: 16 January 2017

Fascination with gambling pays off for PhD researcher

Gambling is such a multi-faceted phenomenon - involving physiological, neurological and behavioural aspects - that you could never get bored studying it. Read more

Published: 29 November 2016

The food supply risk of fossil-fuel dependence

Western economies need to begin thinking beyond their desire for low-cost food supply, and place greater value on agricultural production to protect themselves from global economic shocks. Read more

Published: 24 November 2016