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An international team of scientists has created a salad that contains ingredients that could be grown on spacecraft and provide optimum nutrition for astronauts heading into deep space.
Three of the University of Adelaide’s brightest young people have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships to continue their studies in maths, evolutionary biology, and data science and machine learning.
University of Adelaide experts have been recognised for the impact that they have on the learning and teaching experiences and outcomes of students.
University of Adelaide researchers will investigate if they can target proteins to divert cells that cause multiple sclerosis (MS) from entering the brain.
Curious about crunching on a cricket, munching on a mealworm or ingesting any other type of insect, but not willing to dive in head-first?
The University of Adelaide has appointed a new Head for its School of Humanities. Professor Mark Harris is currently a Professor of Historical Anthropology at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Biomanufacturing and quantum technology sectors will be given a boost by the South Australian Government’s announcement of new initiatives to train and develop the next generation of researchers in these fields.
Scientists have for the first time constructed the reference genome for the source of the popular fibre supplement, psyllium husk, which could boost supplies of the versatile plant-derived product.
The Defence Trailblazer for Concept to Sovereign Capability program has taken another step in being formalised with the conditions of grant being finalised and the announcement of the board members.
When it comes to decision-making in healthcare, how much consideration should be given to patient voice?