01 September 2015

It may be useful for fire-fighting organisations to identify and formalise 'informal' risk mitigation strategies.

28 August 2015

CQUniversity Adelaide duo Professor Drew Dawson and Lynette Browning have earned a 'highly commended' in the Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM) awards.

26 August 2015

CQUniversity Adelaide (the Appleton Institute) supported human rights around the world with an 'AmnesTEA' fundraising event recently.

Horse safety could be boosted with risk mitigation strategies

There are potential benefits in developing risk mitigation strategies directed at improving predictability of horses and improving riders’ competence in physical skills, making them more resilient to injury and falls. Read more

Published: 17 August 2015

Urgent need to improve horse riders’ voluntary use of helmets

Until the use of helmets while riding horses is legislated in Australia there is an urgent need to improve voluntary use. Read more

Published: 17 August 2015

Pup fiction? New 'Dingo Debate' book launched by researcher

CQUniversity researcher Dr Bradley Smith picks apart the myths and stereotypes to reveal the 'real dingo' in his new book from CSIRO Publishing. Read more

Published: 31 July 2015

More than half of horse riders report an accident or near miss relating to road traffic

More than half of Australian horse riders surveyed online reported having experienced an accident or near miss relating to road traffic in the previous 12 months, mostly attributed to speed. Read more

Published: 23 July 2015

School students awake to science of sleep, thanks to academic

CQUniversity's Associate Professor Sarah Blunden has boosted understanding of the science of sleep, as part of the CSIRO Scientist in Schools Program. Read more

Published: 06 July 2015

CQUni research ensures rail industry stays on track with safety

CQUniversity has been the major contributor to research into safety and organisational culture among rail operators in Australia. Read more

Published: 12 May 2015

CQUni researchers ensure animals not forgotten in Emergency Management

From family pets to horses and livestock, CQUniversity researchers have ensured animals are not a forgotten factor in the latest Australian Journal of Emergency Management edition. Read more

Published: 11 May 2015