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In Season at the South Australia Horse Hospital

By Cathryn McLauchlan, 29th of October, 2014

Equine Health and Performance Centre expands horse breeding in South Australia.

Industry staff log-on to hone wine craft

By Andrew Spence, 13th of July, 2016

University of Adelaide course attracting global interest from the wine sector.

International irrigation training centre to undergo $7.5 million redevelopment as part of Riverlands renewal

By Jack Baldwin, 29th of April, 2014

A Loxton-based irrigation management, research and training facility will receive $7.5 million of government funding to redevelop in to an international training centre.

International students flock to Adelaide

By Caleb Radford, 29th of March, 2016

Why Adelaide is the destination of choice for international students.

It takes good horse vets to stop the nation

By Cathryn McLauchlan, 4th of November, 2014

Equine Health and Performance Centre in South Australia trains the next generation of veterinarians.

Java mud volcano not started by earthquake

By Jim Plouffe, 29th of June, 2015

Research led by the University of Adelaide hopes to close the debate on whether a mud volcano disaster in Indonesia was triggered by an earthquake or had man-made origins.

Jurassic art: how our vision of dinosaurs has evolved over time

18th of June, 2015

Brian Choo, a postdoctoral fellow in vertebrate palaeontology at Flinders University, examines the evolving art of depicting dinosaurs.

Leading the way to solving global warming with nanoporous materials

19th of November, 2015

Professor Ajayan Vinu to lead the Future Industries Institute at the University of South Australia.

Leading wine university looks to offer courses for distillers and brewers

By Andrew Spence, 6th of December, 2016

University of Adelaide includes brewery and distillery in major winery expansion plan.

Let the people decide new place names on Mercury and Pluto

21st of April, 2015

Alice Gorman, a Flinders University lecturer in archaeology and space studies, wants the public to be able to name newly discovered landmarks on Mercury and Pluto.

 
 
 

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