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Drinking dark tea every day may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes in adults through better blood sugar control, according to a new study conducted by a team of researchers co-led by the University of Adelaide.
The Adelaide Law School is celebrating 140 years of legal education in 2023 with a series of tailored events culminating in a gala dinner this October. The University of Adelaide’s Law School is known for delivering outstanding higher education in South Australia while also playing a vital role in law reform within the state.
A new Centre at the University of Adelaide for research into high-frequency (HF) radar technology will play a critical role in the nation’s safety and prosperity.
A new device, currently being designed by a University of Adelaide PhD candidate, could help to close a loophole currently being exploited by illegal wildlife traffickers.
The University of Adelaide is today joining forces with the University of South Australia, Tabor College and Flinders University to make education in SA more accessible for people with autism.
A powerful short film from the University of Adelaide will ease young peoples’ eco-anxiety in a most unusual way – through exploration of the tragic extinction stories of the Australian Tasmanian tiger and Japanese Hokkaido wolf.
A world-leading researcher is bringing their cutting-edge cancer expertise and search for better treatments to South Australia.
A collaborative project to improve breastfeeding and the use of human milk in premature babies has been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council’s Centres of Research Excellence Scheme.
Expert economists from the University of Adelaide will share their solutions to the current housing affordability crises during a series of presentations at a free workshop this September.
A new objective examination of almost a quarter-of-a-century of ocean acidification research shows that, despite challenges, experts in the field can have confidence in their research.