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Year 12 students in South Australia, Northern Territory and some interstate border schools can now apply for the Year 11 Entry Pathway at the University of Adelaide for university study in 2022.
One of the University of Adelaide’s computer scientists has been recognised for his world-class research in computer vision.
The University of Adelaide and the South Australian Government today celebrate the opening of the $7 million Roseworthy Solar and Energy Storage project, the largest in the University’s history.
The University of Adelaide has congratulated Frances Adamson, a distinguished alumna of the University, on her appointment as the next Governor of South Australia.
The University of Adelaide in partnership with the Adelaide Convention Bureau and the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) has been part of a successful bid to host the International Wheat Congress 2024 in Adelaide.
Urban megaprojects tend to be the antithesis of good urban planning. They have a negative impact on local water systems, deprive local communities of water-related human rights, and their funders and sponsors have little accountability for their impact.
Wine science students from the University of Adelaide are benefitting from unique insights from the US wine market by meeting remotely with leading ecommerce experts from Seattle and California. The skills they learn will give them the edge in the industry when they graduate.
Statement to Seven News in relation to its story about sexual assault and sexual harassment at universities in South Australia.
State-of-the-art Cancer Institute to deliver world-leading research and treatment for South Australians
World-leading patient care, cutting-edge cancer diagnoses and treatments – including genomic and immune-based technologies – combined with ground-breaking research collaborations, will be the focus of a new cancer institute in South Australia.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have found several grape varieties native to Cyprus, which tolerate drought conditions better than some international varieties popular in Australia, contain chemical compounds responsible for flavours preferred by Australian consumers.