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The University of Adelaide congratulates members of its community recognised in the 2023 Australia Day honours list.Read more about University of Adelaide community recognised in Australia Day honours
A new collaborative project focusing on how, in what ways, and by whom 'the future' is imagined has been launched by The University of Adelaide and the Don Dunstan Foundation.Read more about Discovering the public’s desires and dreams about the future
It is a popular takeaway choice at fish and chip shops, but new research has revealed threatened species of shark are being sold as flake at some outlets across South Australia.Read more about There’s something fishy about flake sold in South Australia
One of the world’s most important artificial materials is back in vogue because scientists are harnessing its properties for new and diverse future applications such as space navigation and farming.Read more about Manufacturing advances bring material back in vogue
Houses made from hemp grown in South Australia could be the next sustainable solution to the nation’s building supplies crisis.Read more about hempcrete could be the answer to building supply shortages
News in brief
A leading academic general practitioner from the University of Adelaide with a strong interest and track record in cardiovascular health has been included on a new National Hypertension Taskforce that wants to double blood pressure (BP) control rates in Australia by 2030.Read more about Taskforce tackles uncontrolled blood pressure
The University of Adelaide’s Institute for Sustainability, Energy and Resources (ISER) has launched an online portal that will assist its stakeholders to access the University’s sustainability-related capabilities.Read more about Portal provides access to sustainability capabilities
A new $4.6 million national research project led by the University of Adelaide in collaboration with the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), is set to provide Australian grain growers with new tools and management techniques to combat snails, aiming to minimise losses and improve market opportunities for affected crops.Read more about Multifaceted approach to combat snails in grain crops
30 Jan 13 Feb On Monday 13 February 2023, the University Council will convene the Annual Meeting of the University Community comprising the staff, students and graduates of the University. The meeting is your opportunity to ask questions about your University and to hear from the Vice-Chancellor and the Chancellor.
On Monday 13 February 2023, the University Council will convene the Annual Meeting of the University Community comprising the staff, students and graduates of the University. The meeting is your opportunity to ask questions about your University and to hear from the Vice-Chancellor and the Chancellor.