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A new beach safety study aims to prevent accidental beach drownings of young people through the identification of their understanding – and misunderstanding – of common beach signs.
University of Adelaide women researchers have been recognised for their outstanding work at this year’s Women in Innovation Awards.
Trade experts are recommending that Australia’s ties with Thailand need to be refreshed in the light of the changing trade and political landscape in South-East Asia.
University of Adelaide researchers investigating a vaccine to protect poultry against salmonella and identifying important plant compounds have been awarded an ARC Linkage Projects grant, designed to foster strategic research partnerships.
Everyone’s favourite Scottish ogre will appear on stage when students from the University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium of Music deliver their joyous production of Shrek The Musical.
A University of Adelaide and Oxford University study has discovered asbestos exposure led to a higher incidence of asbestos-related lung cancers in British and Australian naval personnel than in other armed forces.
In this latest Research Tuesdays event, Breathe Easier, researchers will explore the need for further development of tools to monitor one of the most life-sustaining organs – the lung.
The Adelaide Rural Clinical School (ARCS) is celebrating 20 years since its inaugural rural-placement program for medical students, and two decades of connecting University of Adelaide-trained medical professionals with country communities.
Defence companies Babcock Australasia (Babcock) and HII (NYSE: HII) have joined forces with the University of Adelaide, Curtin University, and the University of NSW to form the AUKUS Workforce Alliance (AWA) – a dedicated partnership committed to preparing a skilled workforce in support of all steps of Australia’s optimal pathway to sovereign nuclear-powered submarines under AUKUS Pillar 1.
Two University of Adelaide research projects aiming to improve the cultural safety of Australia’s health system for First Nations people have been awarded Federal Government funding.