News: news brief
Dr Jiawen Li, a biomedical engineer from the University of Adelaide, has been named in the 2023 global list of Innovators Under 35 by the MIT Technology Review for her work in biomedical engineering. Dr Li is the only recipient of this prestigious global recognition from Australia.
Three of the University of Adelaide’s brightest young law graduates are heading overseas on prestigious fellowships that will see them further their studies and broaden their career horizons.
Two University of Adelaide projects that aim to continue supporting the process of reclamation and revitalisation of Indigenous language and song in South Australia have been awarded funding.
Paediatric endocrinologist and diabetes researcher, Professor Jennifer Couper has been presented with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Luminary Award.
Staff, students and alumni from the South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) recently met with leading law reformers, lawyers, judges and academics in London and Limerick to share knowledge and experiences around topical law reform issues and law reform.
Four University of Adelaide researchers have received prestigious Tall Poppy Awards for outstanding scientific achievement.
A new species of snake has been identified for the first time by a team of researchers from the University of Adelaide, the South Australian Museum and the Western Australian Museum.
University of Adelaide researchers are among the finalists being recognised for their outstanding projects within the Research and Innovation category of the prestigious 2023 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
Two Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) bids led by the University of Adelaide Institute for Sustainability, Energy and Resources are through to the next stage of the Federal Government’s funding process. CRC grants aim to improve the competitiveness, productivity and sustainability of Australian industries.