Fellowships develop links with industry
The University of Adelaide has been awarded more than $1.2 million in funding to bring three exciting research projects to life as part of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Early Career Industry Fellowships scheme.
Industry Laureate Fellowships highlight innovative ideas
The University of Adelaide’s ability to partner with industry to produce ground-breaking research has been showcased with more than $10 million awarded for three Australian Research Council (ARC) Industry Laureate Fellowships.
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AI measure predicts hospital discharge
The Adelaide Score, the brainchild of researchers at the University of Adelaide, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the Health and Information (HI) collaborative, could be tested in South Australian hospitals later this year, following an extensive study which examined the performance of machine learning algorithms.
South Australia becoming mRNA centre of excellence
The University of Adelaide’s School of Chemical Engineering will assist in developing nation-leading technology that will be used to develop and produce personalised mRNA therapeutic drugs and vaccines in Adelaide.
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Shining a light on dark web wildlife trade
A huge amount of wildlife is traded on the internet, with e-commerce marketplaces, private forums and messaging apps being the most popular means to sell and buy live animals, plants, fungi and their parts and products online.
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Spirit of Mexico with an Aussie twist
Researchers from the University of Adelaide are harnessing the versatility of agave to help produce an Australian agave spirit that represents a stepping stone to using it as a valuable sustainable and carbon-neutral fuel source.
AI-collected data could compromise childhood sleep disorder diagnoses
A dearth of paediatric data collected using artificial intelligence (AI) tools could compromise the understanding of early sleep patterns.
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Lithium, wheat projects receive ARC funding
The University of Adelaide has been awarded almost $2 million in Mid-Career Industry Fellowships scheme grants by the Australian Research Council (ARC).
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New shape-shifting antibiotics in the battle against superbugs
Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats to human health, but a new discovery could help in the war against superbugs, potentially saving millions of lives.
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Methane breath testing for a better future
A University of Adelaide-led study will investigate if mixing a variety of compounds, including biserrula, into cow feed that contains seaweed, can reduce the amount of methane produced by livestock.
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