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Monotremes are unique, inside and out

Echidna credit Enguerrand Blanchy

The identification of a key gene in monotremes has increased our understanding of why the stomachs of platypuses and echidnas are atypically small, non-acidic, and, in the instance of platypuses, lack a pyloric sphincter.

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Strong support for EU and Free Trade Agreement

EU Free Trade Agreement

Australians are expressing strong support for the European Union (EU) particularly the EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) despite negotiations collapsing last year, according to a new survey by the University of Adelaide’s Institute of International Trade (IIT).

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Designing healthier cities with good bacteria

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The urbanisation of towns could be contributing to poor health outcomes in our communities, research from the University of Adelaide and Flinders University has found.

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Global evidence leaders unite for world health and beyond

health and biotech

An international coalition of global health organisations, led by the University of Adelaide’s JBI, has launched a new campaign calling for greater inter-sectoral action in the face of simultaneous crises.

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Strengthening journalism careers in an age of mistrust

Solutions Journalism

A new study by researchers from the University of Adelaide and several US universities has found solutions journalism could play a part in re-engaging disenchanted media students, strengthening their reporting skills, and increasing recruitment into the profession.

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Wealth of experience added to University Council

Belinda Jefferys and Susy Daw

The University of Adelaide Council has announced the appointment of two new members, risk management consultant Susy Daw and people and culture specialist Belinda Jefferys.

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Student scholarships support public health priorities

Public Health Scholarship recipients with SA Health, Hospital Research Foundation and University of Adelaide staff

Four students enrolled with the University of Adelaide’s School of Public Health have been awarded scholarships to focus on priority health issues.

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Transformative new Adelaide University launches to the world

Adelaide University co-Vice Chancellors, Professor Peter Høj AC and Professor David Lloyd

Australia’s newest major university has launched in market, taking Adelaide University to the world stage. 

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SA’s labour force participation likely to worsen

Adelaide CBD

Current pressures on South Australia’s labour force and housing markets are likely to worsen over the next few decades due to the rapid ageing of the population, according to economists from the University of Adelaide’s SA Centre for Economic Studies (SACES).

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New training centre to advance future quantum tech

Purple Chip

Almost $5 million has been awarded in funding to a training centre led by the University of Adelaide which will provide technical and leadership skills to the next generation of quantum technology leaders in biology, engineering, and physics.

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