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Vital medical research supported

Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation

Seven University of Adelaide research projects have together received more than $560,000 in funding from the Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation for research commencing in 2023.

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Balancing the autonomy and the safeguarding of vulnerable adults

Elderly people hold hands.

The independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) based at the University of Adelaide is recommending important changes to South Australia’s laws regarding how vulnerable adults are safeguarded.

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Ancient genomes reveal hidden history of human adaptation

Ancient genomes reveal hidden history of human adaptation

The use of ancient DNA, including samples of human remains around 45,000 years old, has shed light on a previously unknown aspect of human evolution.

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Defence specialist leads Trailblazer

Dr Sanjay Mazumdar wears a suit and glasses, and smiles into the camera.

A leading defence industry specialist with more than 30 years’ experience in the sector has been appointed as Executive Director of the Defence Trailblazer for Concept to Sovereign Capability.

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Five decades of rock ‘n’ roll: UniBar joins Hall of Fame

A gig in the UniBar in 1990: the audience dances before a stage,

The University of Adelaide’s UniBar is being inducted into the South Australian Music Hall of Fame after 50 years of hosting iconic live music.

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Preventing drowning by improving beach safety signage

A yellow sign on a beach read "DANGEROUS CURRENT"

A new study by a University of Adelaide researcher has recommended improvements to beach safety signage, which could prevent drownings in the future.

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Students’ ingenious ideas aim to improve the way we live

Vishwajit Pillay and Andy Tran pose with RooBot and JoeyBot, robots they made.

University of Adelaide students are showing their final year projects at Ingenuity, including a robot that mimics animal movements, improvements to lunar rover technology and a method of altering the direction of waves.

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Six-hour Guitarathon hits the high note

Twelve members of the Elder Conservatorium Guitar Ensemble stand in front of Elder Hall.

Classical guitar students from the University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium of Music will present a diverse program of solo and chamber music as part of this year’s Guitarathon.

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Treatment resistance in mental health under the microscope

A person holds a glass of water and tablets.

Researchers from the University of Adelaide will collaborate with European researchers to better understand and manage treatment resistance for mental health disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

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Subject rankings solidify University of Adelaide’s global position

students

The University of Adelaide has again cemented its place as one of the world’s leading universities with the latest subject rankings underscoring its position as a centre of excellence for world-class teaching and research among the world’s more than 10,000 universities.

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