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How can we rethink reoffence? With Dr Julie-Anne Toohey

Dr Julie-Anne Toohey

EP08, with Dr Julie-Anne Toohey.

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University of Adelaide Ranked in the Top 100 World-wide

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The University of Adelaide has leapt 23 places in the Times Higher Education University Rankings for 2023, landing in the top 100 universities worldwide.

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Our fuel for the future? Breaking down green hydrogen with Professor Greg Metha

Professor Greg Metha

EP07, with Professor Greg Metha.

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The algorithm will see you now. Can AI fill the gaps in our mental health care system?

News Story Episode 6 The Discovery Pod

EP06, with Associate Professor Carolyn Semmler.

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Wildlife trade threatening unprotected animals

A lizard sitting on a stick

Have you ever wanted a two-toed sloth for a pet? How about a Chinese water dragon? Well, if you live in the United States you might just have a chance of snagging one of these exotic species. New research from the University of Adelaide’s Invasion Science and Wildlife Ecology Group shows that three times as many of these unregulated species are being imported into the US compared to regulated species.

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The business of innovation. What does it take to bring big ideas to market?

Stephen Rodda News Story

EP05, with Dr Stephen Rodda.

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Is blue carbon the answer to lowering emissions? The science of sinking carbon

Mangroves for Dr Alice Jones News Story

EP04, with Dr Alice Jones.

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Dogs saving lives with a sniff. How can we decode disease with scent?

Dog sitting on the grass

EP03, with Dr Anne-Lise Chaber.

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Biomimicry: Engineering innovations inspired by nature

Landscape and a large flock of birds gathering at dusk

EP02, with Doctor Noune Melkoumian.

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Growing our way out of the climate crisis

Living wall of plants for Rachel Burton News Story

EP01, with Professor Rachel Burton.

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