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Over the summer holiday season the following University of Adelaide researchers are available to comment on their areas of expertise.
Safeguarding fertility in young cancer survivors, preventing heart disease, developing new cancer treatments and targeting the genes that cause blindness are some of the University of Adelaide’s innovative health research projects to collectively receive more than $11.4 million in Federal Government funding.
Eight outstanding members of the University of Adelaide’s alumni community have received Distinguished Alumni Awards in recognition of their significant contributions to their professions and communities.
Introducing sanitary bins to some male-designated toilets will make facilities at University of Adelaide more accessible for trans men and people who use incontinence products.
Food poisoning outbreaks caused by bacteria such as salmonella could be significantly reduced if a new sanitiser is proven to be successful in the next stage of trials.
Research shows patients with endometriosis are being told to plan a pregnancy to help manage or treat the condition, despite a lack of evidence to show it reduces symptoms. The controversial advice has prompted calls to improve medical education about endometriosis.
In a world-first, researchers at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) and the University of Adelaide are seeking participants to trial a new product that uses the drug ketamine as an alternative option to treat depression.
An international team of experts undertaking fundamental research has developed a way of using polyethylene waste (PE) as a feedstock and converted it into valuable chemicals, via light-driven photocatalysis.
Three budding entrepreneurs have won the overall prize in this year’s Australian eChallenge for their AI learning tool.
While some engineered stone producers are promoting reduced-silica or silica-free products due to health concerns, researchers have found other substances in the material are damaging workers’ lungs.