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Cartoon character inspires musicians to bounce back

A scene from an Asterix comic shows Cacofonix injured as he plays his harp.

A character from the Asterix cartoon series could be an inspiration to musicians who are faced with setbacks.

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Agricultural student wins national award

James Easter delivering a talk.

University of Adelaide student James Easter has been recognised as the 2022 Agricultural Student of the Year at a gala ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra on Thursday.

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Hear PhD students’ research - in only three minutes

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University of Adelaide PhD candidates have just three minutes each to explain their research that includes subjects like anti-venom, green electricity, diplomatic fashion, the evolution of mobile phones, growing your own food, and asthmatic pregnancies.

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Bots manipulate public opinion in Russia-Ukraine conflict

A Ukraine street, featuring damage and debris from the Russia invasion.

Researchers from the University of Adelaide have found bots have had a major online presence during the war between Russia and Ukraine.

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University of Adelaide 2021 Annual Report published

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The University of Adelaide’s Annual Report for 2021 has today been tabled in South Australian Parliament.

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Housing design for older South Aussies under the spotlight

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University of Adelaide researchers will investigate the quality of housing for older South Australians to improve their wellbeing and resilience to extreme weather.

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Stage legend directs student blondes

Nikki Snelson smiles, in the Scott Theatre.

Fifteen years after Legally Blonde the Musical took Broadway by storm, the University of Adelaide’s Music Theatre class of 2022 will take on the smash hit, under the guidance of a stage legend.

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Oxford expert to lead school of education

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A new Head of School has been appointed to the University of Adelaide’s School of Education.

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‘Micro-fridge’ helps investigate behaviour of atoms and molecules

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University of Adelaide researchers are part of an international team of experts who have taken a major step in testing quantum mechanics by cooling glass beads the size of a blood cell to the coldest temperature in the Universe.

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Oldest clinical case of a rare genetic condition discovered

A side-on photo of a 1000 year old skull diagnosed with Klinefelter's syndrome.

A group of international researchers including experts from the University of Adelaide has uncovered evidence of a genetic condition that gives men an extra X chromosome, reporting the oldest clinical case of Klinefelter Syndrome to date.

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