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New drug halts growth of aggressive breast cancer

Image comparing triple negative breast cancer cells before and after treatment. Taken from under a microscope, the cells on the left are bright green. The cells on the right are grey.

A promising drug could lead to a new treatment for the most aggressive form of breast cancer, which affects thousands of women each year. 

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Leading environmental scientist takes the reins

Environment Institute Director, Professor Andy Lowe

Plant, ecological and evolutionary geneticist, Professor Andrew Lowe will lead the University of Adelaide’s Environment Institute as its newly appointed Director.

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University’s Quartet in Residence dazzles in Amsterdam

Australian String Quartet performing

The Australian String Quartet is taking to the stage across Europe this month with its first performance at the International String Quartet Biennale in Amsterdam this week.

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Closer ties with India for a more sustainable future

University of Adelaide delegation to Bangalore

A new collaboration between the University of Adelaide and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore will see expertise in the fields of stainability and energy shared between the two leading universities. 

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National honours for University of Adelaide community members

Annual Meeting of the University Community 2023

A world-renowned reproductive biologist is among University of Adelaide staff, alumni and friends recognised in the 2024 Australia Day honours list.

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Not just another new year’s resolution – make it stick

Not just another new year’s resolution – make it stick

In any given year about 38 per cent of well-intentioned people decide to make a new year’s resolution.

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New findings reveal koala health risks following bushfires

Koala touching a human's hand

A new scientific publication featured in Veterinary Sciences will guide future wildlife rescue and rehabilitation after Australian bushfires.

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Top specialist to lead women’s and children’s health research institute

Photo of Professor David MacIntyre. He is wearing a dark blazer and check shirt. He has glasses with dark rims. He is smiling and standing in front of an abstract paiting.

A world-renowned reproductive biomedical specialist whose research is helping to improve health outcomes for mothers and babies has been named as the new Director for the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Research Institute (RRI).

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Record decline in purchasing power for SA households

Rundle Mall Adelaide

South Australian households have experienced an unprecedented decline in their purchasing power over the past year. Although the dollar value of average incomes has increased, it has not risen enough to keep up with sharp increases in the cost of living.

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Experts available for holiday season

Students at the University of Adelaide's North Terrace campus

Over the summer holiday season the following University of Adelaide researchers are available to comment on their areas of expertise. 

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