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Applications open for the UoA-SDU Joint Seed Funding Program

Global Engagement launched the 2024 University of Adelaide (UoA)-Shandong University (SDU) Joint Seed Funding Program in April to support collaboration with Shandong University, which is a long-standing UoA partner and an aspirational future flagship partner. 

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University of Adelaide participating in the 4th cohort of the APWiL Mentoring Program

The Asia Pacific Women in Leadership (APWiL) Mentoring Program offers international and intercultural opportunities for the empowerment, professional growth, and development of aspiring women leaders within the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU).

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University of Adelaide hosts inaugural SA Falling Walls Lab competition

The University of Adelaide's Global Engagement Team recently hosted the inaugural South Australian Falling Walls Lab competition. 

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Adelaide-Nottingham Alliance Symposium

The University of Adelaide welcomed a large delegation from the University of Nottingham, led by Vice-Chancellor, Professor Shearer West CBE, in early May 2023.

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May

An international collaboration to protect elderly from heatwaves

A team from the University of Adelaide’s School of Public Health will develop a public health warning system for heatwaves in China, supported by a grant from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s National Foundation for Australia-China Relations.

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May

Genetics, not lack of oxygen, causes cerebral palsy in quarter of cases

The world’s largest study of cerebral palsy (CP) genetics has discovered genetic defects are most likely responsible for more than a quarter of cases in Chinese children, rather than a lack of oxygen at birth as previously thought.

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Apr

Should Australia be more like Dundee or Barty?

University experts in international relations have written a new book that aims to challenge the conventions around what Australia’s national security is and could be in the future. 

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