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A third of Australian adults aged 15 years or more has untreated tooth decay, results of a national oral health study led by the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH) at the University of Adelaide show.
A University of Adelaide researcher, whose work could help revolutionise battery technology, has been given global recognition by being chosen as an MIT Technology Review Innovator Under 35.
Adelaide – and cities around the world – are facing similar challenges: higher population density, reduced open spaces, rising urban heat, increasing need for cooling to combat the heat, and urban pollution.
The independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) based at the University of Adelaide has recommended major changes to South Australian abortion laws in its report to the Attorney General published today.
The Heat and Habitat in Cities Symposium, hosted by the School of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Adelaide, will bring international and national experts, policy makers, planners, designers and researchers to exchange knowledge and discuss and debate concrete ideas for planning, designing, developing and improving our cities.
The School of Public Health 2019 Research Symposium is a showcase of the cutting edge research undertaken by the School’s researchers. This year’s topics reflect the depth and diversity of the School’s research in epidemiology, health economics and policy, environmental health, early childhood development, and big data, with Keynote Speaker, Professor Terry Nolan, paediatrician and clinical epidemiologist.
A conference to discuss and explore the elements of a Green New Deal for Australia, informed by the work of some of the world's leading progressive economists and others.
In 2020, the Harcourt Lecture will be delivered by Stephanie Kelton, a professor of economics and public policy at Stony Brook University. Stephanie's lecture will address the role of government deficits in fighting a myriad of economic issues, including inequality, poverty, unemployment, and climate change.