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University of Adelaide researchers have discovered a new species of turtle-headed sea snake in Western Australia.
The new species, Emydocephalus orarius, or the Western Turtle-headed Sea Snake, is found from Shark Bay to Broome on soft sandy habitats at depths ranging from 15 to 70 metres.
New recommendations for best practice for infection prevention and control in healthcare settings, to help stop the spread of COVID-19, have been developed by the University of Adelaide’s JBI, an international research organisation in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.
University of Adelaide researchers are questioning the behavioural gap once thought to separate Neanderthals from contemporaneous Homo sapiens groups after uncovering new evidence about Neanderthal subsistence strategies, in a paper published in Science today.
A new program for high school students interested in pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) will be launched by the University of Adelaide today.
A joint collaboration between the Faculty of Sciences and the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences (ECMS), the University of Adelaide’s
STEM Academy will provide students with a clear pathway into STEM degrees, and an understanding of the jobs their studies can lead to.
Researchers have developed a new type of deformable mirror that could increase the sensitivity of ground-based gravitational wave detectors.
Scientists from the University of Adelaide’s Research Centre for Infectious Diseases have identified a key protein that controls malaria parasite entry into host red blood cells.
Researchers and representatives from heavy industry are meeting to find ways to reduce their carbon emissions and energy consumption.
Recommendations could give courts discretionary powers in how they apply the law of forfeiture especially in cases where a victim of domestic abuse kills in self-defence.
Up to 10 per cent of Australians have called social housing home at some point and it often acts as a launchpad for a more stable life.
University of Adelaide researchers are investigating the frequency of equine asthma and risk factors for its presence in horses across Australia, and whether the recent bushfires have increased respiratory distress.