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University of Adelaide researchers are exploring if a unique transplant which involves moving good bacteria from one person’s mouth to another – possibly through a special toothpaste - could be the answer to improving dental health.
An international study of the mineral deposits in stalactites in South Australia’s Naracoorte Caves, has shed new light on climate conditions in the Southern Hemisphere during ice ages.
Students living with disability will have a further incentive to study at the University of Adelaide when applications open for the Dylan Alcott Foundation (DAF) scholarship this week.
University of Adelaide researchers are contributing to a global effort to quantify the makeup of the world’s food supply, enabling data-driven solutions to human and planetary health challenges such as biodiversity loss, climate change and malnutrition.
A new precision treatment approach which could improve the lives of people with severe sinusitis and asthma is one of five University of Adelaide health projects to secure a share of more than $5.7 million in funding from the Federal Government’s Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF).
The University of Adelaide Council has announced the Honourable Catherine Branson AC KC will serve a third term as Chancellor.
For decades, hormonal treatment of breast cancer has been going in one direction – blocking estrogen. Now a global study involving researchers at the University of Adelaide has discovered there may be another, less toxic way to defeat the most common form of breast cancer.
A new report into the mental wellbeing of Australia’s youth, written by the University of Adelaide, has shown young people across the country are struggling with their resilience and mental health.
Three University of Adelaide graduates in the fields of healthcare systems, dermatology and musical theatre are taking flight to further their studies internationally, as part of the 2024 Fulbright Scholarships.
One of Australia’s most highly respected Aboriginal leaders, Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue AC CBE DSG has passed aged 91. The Yankunytjatjara woman, who fought endlessly for the rights of her people, died surrounded by family yesterday.