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Charles Darwin University is the only Australian university to offer the full spectrum of education options from senior secondary, through to Vocational Education and Training, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. As the largest tertiary institution in the Northern Territory, CDU offers a fresh approach to education, training, research and knowledge application.

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The Albanese government has committed to enshrining a First Nations Voice in the Constitution. What do Australians think of the idea?

Survey findings bring insight to the general public’s thoughts and concerns of an Indigenous Voice to parliament. What questions still need to be answered to obtain a yes vote in a referendum?
Gilbert’s potoroo, a marsupial that may be extinct in 20 years. Dick Walker/Gilbert’s Potoroo Action Group

We identified the 63 animals most likely to go extinct by 2041. We can’t give up on them yet

The hardest to save will be five reptiles, four birds, four frogs, two mammals and one fish, for which there are no recent confirmed records of their continued existence.
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In 20 years of studying how ecosystems absorb carbon, here’s why we’re worried about a tipping point of collapse

As climate change pressures intensify, ecosystems may lose their ability to bounce back from disasters.
Défilé de la délégation chinoise lors de la cérémonie d’ouverture au stade du Nid d’Oiseau, Pékin, 4 février 2022. Manan Vatsayana/AFP

Pourquoi les Jeux olympiques d’hiver sont si importants pour la légitimité du Parti communiste chinois

L’organisation d’un événement planétaire comme les JO d’hiver est l’occasion pour le pouvoir de réaffirmer sa détermination et sa capacité à conduire la population sur la voie du « Rêve chinois ».
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How unis can save millions by tackling the biggest causes of online students’ high dropout rates

University efforts to retain online students neglect the main causes of most dropouts. They tend see these as beyond their control, but a new study shows why they need to rethink their approach.
Fadli Taha (45 years old) with a photo of his family in front of his house which was buried by hot clouds from Mount Semeru in Sumberwuluh Village, Lumajang, East Java, Tuesday 7 December 2021. ANTARA FOTO/Zabur Karuru/foc.

Why did the early warning system fail to save the lives of residents around Mount Semeru?

To answer this question, it’s important to understand how PVMBG of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources classify the physical events of Semeru and the corresponding alert level.

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