A team of South Australian scientists are joining forces in the fight against COVID-19 to greater inform the local, national and global response efforts, including the creation of a vaccine.
A new study provides one of the earliest pieces of evidence that the COVID-19 outbreak affected people not only physically but also mentally.
The preliminary results reveal adults in locations more affected by COVID-19 had lower physical health, mental health and life satisfaction.
Music Theatre students at the University of Adelaide are adapting to online learning, performing together in class exercises from the ‘socially distant’ safety of their own homes.
University of Adelaide academics have been awarded two of the three 2020 Australian Council of Graduate Research awards for Excellence in Graduate Research Education.
New recommendations relating to the wearing of face masks and respirators have been released by the University of Adelaide’s JBI, an international research organisation in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and other infections. The recommendations build on JBI’s COVID-19 Special Collection released last week.
The University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium will this Friday live stream pianists Konstantin Shamray and Michael Ierace performing in Elder Hall, as part of a revised concert series adjusted due to new Coronavirus restrictions.
University of Adelaide researchers have discovered a new species of turtle-headed sea snake in Western Australia.
The new species, Emydocephalus orarius, or the Western Turtle-headed Sea Snake, is found from Shark Bay to Broome on soft sandy habitats at depths ranging from 15 to 70 metres.
New recommendations for best practice for infection prevention and control in healthcare settings, to help stop the spread of COVID-19, have been developed by the University of Adelaide’s JBI, an international research organisation in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.
University of Adelaide researchers are questioning the behavioural gap once thought to separate Neanderthals from contemporaneous Homo sapiens groups after uncovering new evidence about Neanderthal subsistence strategies, in a paper published in Science today.
Researchers have developed a new type of deformable mirror that could increase the sensitivity of ground-based gravitational wave detectors.