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Education Ambassadors entice overseas students to Adelaide

A select group of international students from around the world will represent South Australia as "Education Ambassadors" in a concerted bid to entice more overseas students to Adelaide.

Experts say Mt Lofty Ranges are unique enough to be on World Heritage list

UNESCO World Heritage bid a valuable discussion for the Mount Lofty Ranges.

Ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

Professor Graeme Young calls for more investment on the implementation of existing cancer research findings.

Max Hughes named Young Australian Designer of the Year for videogame controller for disabled youth

A young South Australian designer has been recognised for his innovative invention, a novel videogame controller specifically for kids with disabilities such as cerebral palsy.

Smart bandages ready to take wound management to a new level

Photonics could help eliminate health burden posed by chronic wounds.

Collaborative start-up centres to unearth innovations in design and digital spheres

Two new start-up innovation centres were officially opened in South Australia today in collaboration between Hills Limited, the State Government and the state's higher-learning institutions.

New film development initiative 'D-Lab' attracts ensemble of expert mentors

The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) has launched 'D-Lab: Pathways to Market' today, an intensive program to mentor film and television writers, directors and producers.

Tonsley: South Australia's vision of its manufacturing future

Many of the mainstays of South Australian manufacturing have left or are leaving. Tonsley park is the ambitious manifestation of what the sector can look like, moving industry up the value chain.

Adelaide's top audiophiles to discuss high-tech creative music cluster

DMITRE will be facilitating a meet-up of Adelaide's most respected audiophiles to gauge interest in a South Australian music and high quality sound cluster.

Exciting things in the pipeline for SA welding tech company

Formed to commercialise an innovative and highly useful technology developed at the CSIRO, K-TIG (short for keyhole TIG, a description of the welding process it uses) is beginning to see export success.

 

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