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How good does experiencing Western Australia’s beautiful Gascoyne region with a group of fellow ECU students sound?
Nanodiamonds are forever! Among the stories in this issue, we talk to nuclear physicist Dr Nigel Marks about creating diamonds with a diameter of just billionths of a metre.
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Get along to one of the many activities that are taking place on your campus in celebration of Volunteer Week!
Make sure you come along to a Vollies information Session, an introductory workshop to volunteering, attend the Volunteer expos where you can see what organisations are out in the community or sign up for the Student Leadership Conference and V4U. So much happening, so don't miss out! To register for the an event follow the link.
Tuesday 11 March
Footscray Park campus
Wednesday 12 March
Thursday 13 May
City Flinders campus
CDU honours student Rhiannon Moore has received a research grant from the Australian Government to investigate blemishes in crocodile skins destined for exclusive fashion houses
A Charles Darwin University student has been awarded a grant worth almost $22,000 to support her world-first research that investigates blemishes in crocodile skins destined for exclusive fashion houses.CDU Bachelor of Science (hons) student Rhiannon Moore’s research aims to understand the structure of crocodile skins and what causes tiny blemishes that result in the skin being rejected by exclusive luxury goods manufacturers.