CSU is committed to excellence in research, to identifying and supporting areas and projects which allow the University to undertake internationally competitive research and research training.
High quality research opportunities in proven areas of research strength.
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CSU engages in strategic, applied research that focuses on significant problems or issues. Key drivers for our research activities are quality and excellence, with an emphasis on the creation of new knowledge for the advancement of fields of study and the enhancement of the society in general.
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Research Centres have been established to provide areas of research concentration and support the University's commitment to collaborative and interdisciplinary research.
CSU's staff profile includes around 140 members of the professoriate, including 15 Strategic Research Professors employed to further enhance our research capacity.
Research Higher Degree Scholarships and other funding support is available.
CSU offers a variety of flexible Professional Development Programs to support your research when you need it.
Significant industry partnerships for building regional communities and achieving sustainable futures.
Open access to a digital archive of CSU research including journal articles, conference papers and creative works.
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Sustainability and global citizenship are central values at CSU. At CSU we strive for economic, social, and environmental sustainability, including the responsible stewardship of resources.
A key source of information for all Higher Degree by Research students at CSU.
This video is from the 2013 CSU Grand Final Winner of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT™).
Bottle colour and thickness can reduce white wine spoilage from light, increasing shelf life and maintaining quality
Micro-oxygenation mimics one of the key aspects of oak maturation, and saves wine makers time and money.
Associate Professor David Watson from CSU describes the importance and roles of Australia's native mistletoes in conserving native ecosystems.