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The University of Adelaide’s Waite campus is hosting international edible insect ambassador, chef Joseph Yoon, for two events highlighting the industry-shifting potential of insect agriculture.
Mr Oliver Douglas has been named as the University of Adelaide’s 114th Rhodes Scholar-Elect during an event at Government House this October. The prestigious scholarship will enable him to undertake further study at the University of Oxford.
The University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia have joined five leading universities in the United Kingdom and United States to support the AUKUS alliance.
The importance of girls’ education will be emphasised during a special public lecture at the University of Adelaide, featuring activist and educator Mr Ziauddin Yousafzai, whose daughter Malala was a Nobel Prize winner in 2014.
Creativity will come to the fore during the Art of the Possible festival at the University of Adelaide from 23 to 26 October which showcases live music performances, videos, virtual reality projects, photography and graphic design by students, among other work.
Six University of Adelaide-led projects have received funding from Australia’s Economic Accelerator (AEA), for a range of research projects, including improved electric-vehicle batteries, efficient hydrogen production and better diabetes treatment.
University of Adelaide students will race through the outback in a specially designed solar-powered vehicle – which they built themselves – as part of the world’s biggest solar challenge event, charting a route from Darwin to Adelaide this October.
The University of Adelaide’s Environment Institute and Green Adelaide will host an evening with pioneering environmentalist Jon Dee, highlighting the health-giving potential of trees.
The independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI), based at the University of Adelaide, has made important recommendations culminating in the passing of a new landmark Succession Act to replace decades of out-of-date laws – one even stemming from the era of King Charles II in the 1600s.
Building structures in zero gravity, growing food while in orbit, searching for space resources and selecting solar destinations for humans – business and industry professionals are learning how to prepare for a future in space from global experts during a stellar two-week event at the University of Adelaide.