Three University of Adelaide-led research projects have been awarded funding in Tranche Two of Australia’s Economic Accelerator (AEA) Seed Grants.
Three University of Adelaide-led projects have received funding from Australia’s Economic Accelerator (AEA), for research into improving electric-vehicle batteries, more efficient hydrogen production and better diabetes treatment. More than $1.1M was awarded, as part of the AEA program, which aims to help universities translate and commercialise their research.
Cutting-edge medical research carried out at the University of Adelaide has been awarded prizes for excellence in the prestigious 2023 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes. Two projects won awards for innovative medical imaging techniques to help treat children with cystic fibrosis and for the improved diagnosis of endometriosis using artificial intelligence.
A University of Adelaide researcher will help transform Australia’s battery and resource industry after being awarded a $5 million Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation grant.
University of Adelaide researchers are among the finalists being recognised for their outstanding projects within the Research and Innovation category of the prestigious 2023 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
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.
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.
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.
Technology developed and patented by University of Adelaide researchers will power Olympic and world track cycling champion Filippo Ganna in his world record quest.
A major defence research commercialisation project between the University of Adelaide and the University of New South Wales is one of just eight proposals shortlisted for the Federal Government’s new $242.7 million Trailblazer Universities program.