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PM’s Science Prize 2020 winner: Professor Peter Veitch

University of Adelaide’s Professor Peter Veitch is among four scientists who together have been awarded the country’s most prestigious award in scientific research, the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.

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80th birthday celebration to honour Nobel Prize-winning author J.M. Coetzee

The University of Adelaide will proudly honour the life and work of distinguished author J.M. Coetzee in a ceremony to celebrate his 80th birthday.

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Top 100 world rankings for University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide has scored top 100 world university rankings in Engineering and Computer Science – two fields critical to South Australia’s economic future.

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Technology students show their Ingenuity online

An underground search and rescue robot, a lunar habitat, and an automated system for topping up wine barrels are among the more than 250 innovative future technology projects being showcased in this year’s Ingenuity 2020 expo at the University of Adelaide, online from Tuesday 27 October.

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Uni of Adelaide Year 11 pathway extended for 2022 intake

Year 12 students in South Australia and some interstate will have the option of using their Year 11 results to gain entry to the University of Adelaide for study in 2022.

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Events

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Oct

Reflections: Connecting to Country through Art

Visit the Ira Raymond Exhibition Room in the Barr Smith Library to view the Reflections exhibition. In a collaboration between the University Library and Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education, artworks on display have been selected by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and students.

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Ingenuity 2020

This year, Ingenuity has gone virtual! Register now to support our students and hear about the innovative projects they’ve been working on, from uncovering new sources of renewable energy to designing the next cutting-edge medical technologies.

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