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Three University of Adelaide graduates - Lachlan Holden, Anna Kalamkarian, and Jamie Priest – have been awarded prestigious Westpac Future Leaders Scholarships to continue their research.
It is a modern version of that pen pal fantasy, where you finally make the journey to meet the people you have been communicating with for so long, and find they truly are your “besties”.
In most circumstances, disordered working conditions prevent us from performing accurate work. But in a reversal of this common wisdom, a team of researchers from the University of Adelaide and the University of St Andrews, Scotland has achieved recent breakthroughs in precision measurement by ‘scrambling’ laser light.
The University of Adelaide has secured more than $960,000 from the NHMRC to lead an international project to improve the uptake of vaccinations against influenza and COVID-19 for some of our most vulnerable people – pregnant women and children with chronic health conditions.
Has eating meat become unfairly demonised as bad for your health? That’s the question a global, multidisciplinary team of researchers has been studying and the results are in - eating meat still offers important benefits for overall human health and life expectancy.
The University of Adelaide has partnered with Modis Tech Academy and Microsoft Australia in the Tech Start program which aims to support 100 South Australian women to kick-start a career in space, defence and technology.
Low and no-alcohol wine products could bring more than 500 jobs and add $64 million a year to South Australia’s economy with the Marshall Liberal Government investing nearly $5 million to turbo-charge the sector locally.
On Tuesday, February 15, University of Adelaide Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Peter Høj AC, wrote to the university community on the decision to not pursue a vaccination mandate at this time.
An international research team including scientists from the University of Adelaide has found evidence of human occupation in Europe almost 10,000 years earlier than previously documented, a discovery that stands to rewrite modern human and Neanderthal histories on the continent.
University of Adelaide Research Fellow, Dr Iain Comerford has secured funding from Multiple Sclerosis Australia to further his research into the factors that influence specific immune cell (T cell) migration into the bloodstream and the brain in people who have MS.