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Mixed-reality smart glasses with holographic features are set to revolutionise the treatment of leg and foot wounds for people with diabetes and vascular disease in regional and remote areas in the future.
The University of Adelaide has been awarded more than $1.2 million in funding to bring three exciting research projects to life as part of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Early Career Industry Fellowships scheme.
The University of Adelaide’s ability to partner with industry to produce ground-breaking research has been showcased with more than $10 million awarded for three Australian Research Council (ARC) Industry Laureate Fellowships.
The University of Adelaide will be home to the world’s first trial-scale research facility for no and low alcohol (NOLO) wine.
Research into treatments for blood cancer, a sterilisation approach to kill antibiotic-resistant bacteria and using gene therapy to potentially cure childhood dementia are among six University of Adelaide-led projects awarded more than $6.3 million from the Federal Government’s Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF).
Podcast: Turning waste into worth. Is activated green carbon the answer to cleaning up our environment?
Humanity is facing a global waste problem, with polluted air, contaminated water, and poison seeping into the soil. Even the most common process for removing these toxins – activated carbon adsorption – uses fossil fuels. Until now.
The Defence Trailblazer for Concept to Sovereign Capability program has taken another step in being formalised with the conditions of grant being finalised and the announcement of the board members.
The University of Adelaide has been awarded $1,405,458 in linkage grants by the Australian Research Council (ARC) to undertake two projects that aim to reduce the uncertainties of capturing and storing CO₂ and to create a new class of optical fibre that will enable the future quantum internet.
A project led by Dr Jiawen Li will receive a $905k grant to test and commercialise a novel 3D printed imaging catheter - filling an unmet need in cardiology to reliably detect high-risk plaques before they are life-threatening.