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Mothers in the Middle East: our resilient service women

By Simone Mazengarb, 3rd of December, 2015

University of Adelaide research studies the psychological wellbeing of female veterans.

Satellite devices shine light on remote areas

24th of November, 2015

Myriota to commercialise M2M technology developed by the University of South Australia.

New sectors join the top 100 businesses in South Australia

By Simone Mazengarb, 29th of October, 2015

The Top 100 South Australia Business Index is launched.

Medical catheter adapted to make submarines quieter

By Nick Carne, 16th of October, 2015

Researchers from Flinders University take their bowel monitor into the belly of submarines.

Remote monitoring system helps reduce costs for contract mining companies

By John Merriman, 16th of September, 2015

IPACS Australia has opened a remote monitoring operations centre in Adelaide, South Australia.

South Australia releases open data web map

By Jack Baldwin, 25th of June, 2015

The South Australian Government has released a web map that shows all the state's spatial data in one place.

Live: watch the launch of Air Warfare Destroyer Hobart

By Jack Baldwin, 21st of May, 2015

The launch of Australia's first next-generation warship, the Air Warfare Destroyer Hobart, will be live-streamed from South Australia's Tech Port on Saturday May 23.

Star Laws: building capacity in the legal space

By Jack Baldwin, 23rd of April, 2015

Complex legal issues are being raised as the orbit surrounding our planet becomes more crowded by government, commercial and public satellites. The University of Adelaide is addressing these with an intensive course on Strategic Space Law.

Campaign launched to secure defence contracts for Australian industry

By Jim Plouffe, 17th of April, 2015

A campaign has been launched to lobby for the next generation of defence fleet to be made in Australia.

3D body scanning helps build fighting force of the future

16th of April, 2015

Researchers at the University of South Australia have been contracted by the Royal Australian Navy to take the body measurements of more than 1500 Navy personnel using 3D scanning technology.

 
 

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