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Academy fast tracks students’ careers

A female student speaks to a Deloitte consultant.

University of Adelaide students have the opportunity to boost their future careers by participating in a new student experience program with global professional services firm, Deloitte.

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Funding supports vital medical research


The University of Adelaide has been awarded almost $11 million in funding from the Federal Government’s Medical Research Future Fund.

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Health simulation partnership with Philippines

Adelaide Health Simulation study

The University of Adelaide has locked in a partnership with the University of the Philippines Manila (UPM) to share learnings from the University’s world-class health simulation facility, Adelaide Health Simulation.

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Ultra-fast plant enzyme dynamics leads to breakthroughs

The structural changes of a barley enzyme.

Researchers from the University of Adelaide have uncovered previously unknown properties in a plant enzyme that could lead to advances in cereal production, medical and pharmaceutical industries.

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Experts chart the pathway to decarbonising heavy industry


Experts will converge on Adelaide to chart the most prospective pathways to decarbonise heavy industry at this year’s High Temperature Minerals Processing (HiTeMP) 3 Forum hosted by the University of Adelaide.

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Alumni contributions to South Australia honoured

A group of people in graduation robes, outside Bonython Hall at the University of Adelaide.

Starting today, the University of Adelaide will hold six ceremonies in historic Bonython Hall across two days to celebrate the achievements of more than 1400 students who are graduating.

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DECRA funding supports Uni of Adelaide research

DECRA funding

Ten University of Adelaide research projects have received a combined $4.1 million from the Australian Research Council’s Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) scheme.

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Making compulsory land acquisition easier

A house in the process of being demolished.

New research on compulsory land acquisition could help to create change and make the process less stressful for impacted households.

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University commitment to Vietnam reinforced

Jessica Gallagher

Existing ties between the University of Adelaide and Vietnam will be reinforced when one of the University’s most senior executives visits the country. Dr Jessica Gallagher, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (External Engagement) will travel to Vietnam from 14-21 September on her first official visit for the University.

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Health leader honoured by bacteria naming

Professor Vladimir Jiranek, Scott Oliphant, and Nicola Spurrier stand holding bread, wine, and bacteria.

Introducing Nicolia spurrieriana – named after South Australia’s Chief Public Health Officer, Professor Nicola Spurrier – which could potentially be used in the fermentation of wine, sourdough bread and pickled foods.

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