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Projects funded to fight systemic racism and inequity

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Two University of Adelaide research projects aiming to improve the cultural safety of Australia’s health system for First Nations people have been awarded Federal Government funding.

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LIEF grants provide vital research infrastructure

Students at the University of Adelaide's North Terrace campus

The University of Adelaide’s technological capacity for research has been bolstered by two Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) grants, awarded by the Australian Research Council.

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AI to lighten the load in the fight against bushfires

A controlled burn

Snapping a picture on your next bushwalk could help predict and prevent devastating bushfires, thanks to a new innovative mobile phone app, NOBURN, powered by AI developed by University of Adelaide experts.

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Celebration of Nobel Prize in Literature anniversaries

Patrick White and J.M. Coetzee

A special lineup of authors – including J.M. Coetzee, Helen Garner and Christos Tsiolkas – will take part in a celebration hosted by the University of Adelaide commemorating the Nobel Prize in Literature anniversaries of J.M. Coetzee and Patrick White.

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Researchers funded to pursue new discoveries

Students at the University of Adelaide's North Terrace campus

More than $8.4 million has been awarded to 17 University of Adelaide research projects, in the Australian Research Council’s latest round of Discovery Projects grants.

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Future-focused students create STEM-based solutions

Ingenuity cave robot team

University of Adelaide students are showing their final year projects at Ingenuity, including the latest version of a cave exploring robot that resembles a spider, improvements to how a NASA robot works and 3D printing to fool facial recognition systems.

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Doctor secures national scholarship to explore AI goals

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A medical doctor with an interest in artificial intelligence, who is also a University of Adelaide alum, has been awarded one of the prestigious 2024 General Sir John Monash Scholarships. 

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New hope to treat and reverse osteoarthritis

A person experiencing knee pain

Current osteoarthritis treatment manages symptoms rather than addressing the underlying disease, but a new University of Adelaide study has shown the condition may be treatable and reversible.

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International collaboration targets global food challenges

Anton Middelberg, Richard Dickmann and Ulrich Schurr signing a memorandum of understanding between APPF and EMPHASIS

The global challenges of crop productivity and food security gained a global research platform today, with the signing of an MOU between the University of Adelaide and Forschungszentrum Jülich in Germany.

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International students celebrated for academic excellence and community spirit

Taseef Farook

International students from the University of Adelaide have been awarded for their academic excellence and community engagement at a special ceremony this October.

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