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University of Adelaide ranked in the top 100 world-wide

Students walk around the North Terrace campus.

The University of Adelaide’s world-wide reputation as a leading teaching and research institution has been further recognised with an impressive rise to 88th place in the key global Times Higher Education (THE) University Rankings for 2023.

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Wax lyrical with award-winning writers

Hoa Nguyen and Nam Le smile into the camera.

Two award-winning, internationally celebrated writers will visit the University of Adelaide for an intimate lyric poetry reading.

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Wizards of Oz celebrates science heroes

2 photos of Lord Howard Florey and Sir Mark Oliphant side by side.

A new book, chronicling the remarkable achievements of childhood friends and University of Adelaide alumni, Sir Mark Oliphant and Lord Howard Florey, is being launched at Elder Hall.

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Wildlife trade threatening unprotected animals

A red-eyed crocodile skink.

International trade in animals not regulated by multilateral agreements is putting them under increasing threat. More than three times the number of unregulated animal species are being imported into the United States compared to the number of regulated species.

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Former PM reflects on her ‘misogyny speech’

Julia Gillard smiles into the camera

Ten years after delivering her famous speech in the Federal Parliament, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard will appear in conversation at the University of Adelaide to reflect on the pervasive issue of misogyny in our community.

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$2.25m grant enables death literacy research

Palliative care

A ground-breaking five-year study led by the University of Adelaide, enabled by a $2.25 million grant from The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF), will seek to promote death literacy as part of a broader project to improve access to end-of-life services for vulnerable communities across South Australia.

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Machine learning predicts negative anaesthesia outcomes

Anaesthesia study

Researchers from the University of Adelaide and the North Adelaide Local Health Network (NALHN) are conducting a pilot study to determine if machine learning can predict when patients will have adverse reactions to anaesthesia.

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Students exceed market benchmark

Charlie Cropper mentors students.

In a three-day competition held in the Financial Markets Lab at the University of Adelaide, all students from the Adelaide Business School successfully managed to outperform the market benchmark – something many professional money managers struggle to achieve.

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Making headway with hydrogen

Water droplets sit on a red leaf.

Green hydrogen is expected to be the next big thing but questions remain over whether it will provide society with an affordable source of green energy in the future.

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Adelaide bike technology's role in new world record

Pinarello 3D bike

Technology developed and patented by University of Adelaide researchers has helped power Olympic and world track cycling champion Filippo Ganna to a new world record.

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