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National award recognises leading research into pregnancy complications
A University of Adelaide-led research project that could improve pregnancy outcomes for thousands of women has won a prestigious national award.
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Suppression order review to look beyond the numbers
Suppression orders are the focus of the latest review by legal experts from the independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) which is based at the University of Adelaide.
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Study reveals how to reduce frailty in nursing home residents
A University of Adelaide led study has defied a common misconception that nursing home residents experience a deterioration in their level of frailty and functional status.
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Vice-Chancellor committed to gender equity
The University of Adelaide’s Vice-Chancellor has continued his commitment to gender equity within the University community by becoming a member of SA Leaders for Gender Equity.
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Joint Indigenous Leadership for CASM
The University of Adelaide is pleased to announce joint Indigenous leadership for the Centre of Aboriginal Studies in Music for the first time in its fifty-year history.
ENZAMET shows promise as prostate cancer treatment
A new drug combination for men with advanced prostate cancer has shown sustained increase in survival rates.
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NASA delegation visits Plants for Space
A delegation from NASA headed by Administrator Senator Bill Nelson and Deputy Administrator Colonel (USAF, ret) Pam Melroy visited the University of Adelaide on Monday 20 March, with representatives from the US Embassy and Australian Space Agency (ASA) in attendance, including ASA Head Enrico Palermo.
More predictable renewable energy could lower costs
Lower electricity costs for consumers and more reliable clean energy could be some of the benefits of a new study by the University of Adelaide researchers who have examined how predictable solar or wind energy generation is and the impact of it on profits in the electricity market.
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Tokyo space enthusiasts remotely control Adelaide rovers
Young Japanese space enthusiasts will take part in a space rover experience at the University of Adelaide, without ever stepping on a plane.
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Indigenous music legacy celebrated with new exhibition
The University of Adelaide will celebrate 50 years of Indigenous music education with a new interactive exhibition.
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