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Art competition celebrates marine life education

A colourful painting of a seal in the sea, by Bella from Kangaroo Island.

Winners have been announced in a state-wide school art competition aimed at increasing young people’s knowledge of South Australian marine life and Australian Marine Parks. The students were inspired to create their art following a University of Adelaide organised roadshow.

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Infrastructure funding supports cutting-edge research


A hydrogen storage facility, a chemistry study system and a site for biotech plants are among five University of Adelaide projects that have received more than $8 million in funding from the Australian Research Council’s Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) grant scheme.

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University’s reputation top-ranked

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For the first time South Australia has a university ranked in the top universities globally for its reputation among global academia.

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Super seven shine light on STEM opportunities

Six of the seven Superstars of STEM stand together and smile into the camera.

Seven outstanding women researchers from the University of Adelaide have been recognised among Australia’s Superstars of STEM for 2023-24.

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2022 soccer World Cup winners and losers

A soccer ball sits on the grass in empty arena.

Simulation modelling shows that the FIFA World Cup which kicks off on 21 November in Qatar, is most likely to be won either by Brazil or Argentina.

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University research excellence highly cited

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Fourteen University of Adelaide researchers have been named for their outstanding work in the Clarivate annual global list of Highly Cited Researchers (HCR).

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Public calls for more proactive pet laws

A small dog on a harness and lead next to its owner.

Public opinion is shifting to wanting a more proactive approach to animal welfare rather than a reactive approach to animal cruelty.

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Outstanding alumni receive top awards

Distinguished University of Adelaide alumni awards

Seven outstanding University of Adelaide graduates have been recognised for their significant contributions to their professions and communities with Distinguished Alumni Awards.

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Project fights food waste in tourism

A buffet with silver food warmers and a stack of plates.

A new research project that focusses on how to reduce food waste in the tourism industry could contribute to lasting environmentally-friendly change.

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Fellowships acknowledge interdisciplinary educators

A collage of Professor Rachel Ankeny and Professor Peng Bi. They are smiling into the camera.

Two University of Adelaide researchers, Professor Rachel Ankeny from the School of Humanities, and Professor Peng Bi from the School of Public Health, have been elected as fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia.

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