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The University of Adelaide’s Associate Professor Susan Bastian has invited Dilmah Tea Chairman Dilhan C. Fernando to Adelaide to share insights into the terroir properties of Australian and Barossa wines and Dilmah Ceylon teas.
Starting a robust exercise program sooner after surgery could prevent patients with dislocated shoulders from sustaining a repeat injury and help them return to sport faster.
A cave containing thousands of endangered Pacific Sheath-tailed bats has been discovered on Vanua Balavu, an island on the remote Lau archipelago in Fiji.
University of Adelaide researchers are taking a closer look at the problems some people experience when stopping antidepressants, with the aim of using the research to improve services and supports for patients.
South Australian philanthropist Pamela Wall has donated $5 million to the University of Adelaide to establish an endowed academic chair: the Ian and Pamela Wall Chair in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. This extraordinarily large and generous gift will kickstart the University of Adelaide’s 150th Anniversary Fundraising Campaign.
Australian growers will benefit from a renewed focus on grains research, development and extension (RD&E) data and insights with the announcement of a five-year strategic partnership aimed at harnessing analytics to drive the sector’s profitability and global competitiveness.
Early-career researchers working to address global environment and climate-change issues were among the 10 University of Adelaide projects awarded as part of the Australian Research Council’s Discovery Early Career Research Award scheme.
In this year’s Julia Gillard Public Lecture, the former Prime Minister will explore the importance of delivering quality childhood development support in South Australia.
Cutting-edge medical research carried out at the University of Adelaide has been awarded prizes for excellence in the prestigious 2023 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes. Two projects won awards for innovative medical imaging techniques to help treat children with cystic fibrosis and for the improved diagnosis of endometriosis using artificial intelligence.
University of Adelaide researchers have been awarded prizes in this year’s 2023 measurement awards, for their work on portable atomic clocks and cutting-edge techniques for improved ore sampling.