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Ocean warming threatens richest marine biodiversity

An underwater photo of marine biodiversity, including fish and turtles.

An international team of scientists led by researchers from the University of Adelaide has revealed that rates of future warming threaten marine life in more than 70 per cent of the most biodiverse-rich areas of Earth’s oceans. 

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AI research helps businesses make better decisions

Ben Papps, Hung Nguyen, and Duong Nguyen look at decision models.

The University of Adelaide and MTX Group have entered into a research collaboration to develop new insights in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI).

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Grants support further University diabetes research

A medical professional gives a patient a finger-prick test.

Diabetes SA has awarded $200,000 in funding to researchers from the University of Adelaide to help with the early detection of diabetes in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and to help control blood glucose in people with type 2 diabetes.

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Illuminate Adelaide set to shine a light on University’s North Terrace campus

Jess Gallagher and Peter Hoj stand, smiling, in front of the snowglobe installation at the University of Adelaide.

The University of Adelaide’s North Terrace campus will be transformed into a kaleidoscope of light, colour and music as part of Australia’s newest major event, Illuminate Adelaide.

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Pianist Anna Goldsworthy appointed director of the Elder Conservatorium of Music

Anna Goldsworthy smiles into the camera.

Professor Anna Goldsworthy, an award-winning pianist, writer, and festival director, has been appointed to lead the University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium of Music.

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Popular soup can cause liver damage when mixed with medication

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Researchers from the University of Adelaide have found that a popular soup, bak kut teh, has the potential to cause liver failure by clashing with prescription medication.

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Increased movement leads to better outcomes for aged care residents

Two Resthaven residents walk through a garden and talk to each other.

University of Adelaide researchers have found that aged care residents who move more and interact with their environment are more likely to live longer, have fewer falls and have a higher quality of life.

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Could artificial intelligence be the antidote?

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As the worlds of artificial intelligence and medicine collide, the possibilities are endless…but what about the risks?

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World first self-calibrated photonic-chip: an interchange for optical data superhighways

World first self-calibrated photonic-chip. Image Monash University / RMIT

Research led by Monash and RMIT Universities in collaboration with a University of Adelaide expert, has found a way to create an advanced photonic integrated circuit that builds bridges between data superhighways, revolutionising the connectivity of current optical chips and replacing bulky 3D-optics with a wafer thin slice of silicon.

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Shining a light on dark matter one particle at a time

An image of dark matter and particles.

University of Adelaide experts are trying to unlock the secrets of dark matter which makes up 84 per cent of the matter in the universe but we know little about. Researchers are using a new tool that could signal the existence of a new particle.

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