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Grants pave the way for further discovery

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Twenty-two grants totalling $10,189,703 have been awarded to University of Adelaide researchers from the Federal Government to further their work in diverse areas that will impact people’s lives in Australia and globally.

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Australian doctors prescribing benzos for longer periods than recommended

The study found that in new benzodiazepines and Z-drugs users, prescribing lasts 11 months on average, which is 11 times longer than the current recommendation of no more than 4 weeks.

Australian doctors are prescribing benzodiazepines and Z-drugs for longer periods than recommended, researchers from the University of Adelaide have found.

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Australian and UK universities to bridge the international divide and tackle global challenges together

The new agreement between the University of Adelaide and the University of Nottingham will bridge the distance between the two institutions

Academics in Australia and the UK are joining forces as part of a major new international partnership that will see them collaborating on solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges including global food security, climate change and health.

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Congratulations to our research superstars

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University of Adelaide researchers have been recognised in the latest list of the top researchers nationwide, as featured in The Australian newspaper’s Research magazine 2021.

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Improving IVF success: research shines a light on embryo health

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A team led by the University of Adelaide has developed a new diagnostic tool that has the potential to improve IVF success rates for hopeful parents.

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Celebrating ten years of SA law reforms

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For the past ten years the work of the independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) has led to landmark changes to the state’s laws. Today, Tuesday 26 October, SALRI’s work, which has benefitted many sectors of the community, is being celebrated at a reception hosted by Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South Australia.

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Searching for the genetic cause of T1D and new treatments

JDRF is the leading supporter of type 1 diabetes research in the world.

The University of Adelaide has received two Pilot and Innovation Awards from JDRF to support new innovative directions for type 1 diabetes research. JDRF is the leading supporter of type 1 diabetes research in the world. 

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Partnership focuses on Australian carbon capture and storage research

Partnership focuses on Australian carbon capture and storage research

The Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources (ASPER) is teaming up with Chevron Australia to create a new state-of-the-art facility for carbon storage research that will accelerate Australia’s transition to cleaner energy sources and net zero emissions. 

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Grant funded research helps protect national security

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University of Adelaide scientists working on projects that will ensure Australia’s security have been awarded grants from the Australian government to continue their cutting-edge research.

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Genetics behind a quarter of cerebral palsy cases

At least a quarter of children with cerebral palsy have a clinically important genetic finding and 50 per cent of these will have immediate implications for their care, a new study from the University of Adelaide has found.

At least a quarter of children with cerebral palsy have a clinically important genetic finding and 50 per cent of these will have immediate implications for their care, a new study from the University of Adelaide has found.

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