News: Research Tuesday
In this latest Research Tuesdays event, Breathe Easier, researchers will explore the need for further development of tools to monitor one of the most life-sustaining organs – the lung.
In this latest Research Tuesdays event, AI’s hidden impacts, a University of Adelaide researcher will explore the serious consequences of relying solely on AI algorithms that perpetuate existing human prejudice and how researchers are solving these challenges.
In this latest Research Tuesdays event, Superbug Solutions, University of Adelaide researchers Katharina Richter and Andrea McWhorter will explain the serious impact of antibiotic-resistant bacteria on global health and explore the research being conducted to deliver solutions.
In this latest Research Tuesdays event, Psychopathy’s Upside, University of Adelaide psychology researchers Kevin Dutton and Elaine Fox will explore psychology stereotypes – challenging psychopathy misconceptions and sharing insight into the nuances of optimism and pessimism.
The residential property market remains the most popular option for Australians looking to invest their hard-earned savings, but knowing when and where to take the leap into home ownership can be challenging.
When it comes to decision-making in healthcare, how much consideration should be given to patient voice?
How can we build a sustainable, circular economy that’s much easier on the environment? The University of Adelaide’s Professor Zaiping Guo and Professor David Lewis will explore this innovative area at the last Research Tuesdays lecture for 2022.
University of Adelaide PhD candidates have just three minutes each to explain their research that includes subjects like anti-venom, green electricity, diplomatic fashion, the evolution of mobile phones, growing your own food, and asthmatic pregnancies.