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.
Being bombarded with new music everyday led one DJ to find a solution to a full inbox.
Art markets help Adelaide theatre companies gain international exposure.
The redevelopment of the Adelaide Oval has been a delicate process of modernisation, balancing the integrity of the historic ground with the renewal of the surrounding inner-city.
Alexander Rix, overseer of Adelaide's Riverbank precinct redevelopment, has been named Australia's Planner of the Year 2014.
Working in partnership with Aboriginal communities, Olympic Dam discovers more than 16,000 archaeological sites.
With safety front of mind, Flinders Ports set out to find logistics solutions for the mining sector which could offer the highest safety standards, both for people and the environment. This culminated in the creation of Flinders Logistics.
Tim Marshall from TM Organics believes organic food production has a significant role to play in feeding the world's population.
When Australia's thousands of livestock breeders look for high-performance lucerne pasture they have to turn to South Australia for the seed they need.
National Geographic believes by 2050, 70% of the world's population will be living in urban environments. The luckiest of which will live in small and 'smart' cities. One city consistently made it to the top of the list, Adelaide.