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Sunken treasures: world's underwater archeologists look south

By Sarah Keenihan, 13th of October, 2015

Flinders University in South Australia cements its role as a top global centre for underwater archaeology with UNESCO Chair.

Rare colonial watercolours saved by chance in estate auction

29th of September, 2015

Elders Fine Art in South Australia discovers exquisite Colonial paintings.

Volcanic vents reveal future for acidified ocean habitats

By Sarah Keenihan, 10th of August, 2015

University of Adelaide study reveals the complex response of marine ecosystems to increasing global levels of carbon dioxide.

Bringing researchers and industry closer together - from the experts

By Jack Baldwin, 16th of July, 2015

The Thin Film Coatings Group is entirely funded by commercial engagements. They're a standout example in the broad discussion of how to blend university research with private industry. This is how they do it.

The world is their oyster

11th of June, 2015

An innovative school program allows South Australian students to 'dip their toes' into the waters of the aquaculture industry.

Out of the ashes

15th of May, 2015

South Australian TAFE students have the opportunity to help the communities impacted by bushfires through two new courses aimed at assisting with bushfire recovery. 

Totem Poll's positive pedestal

By Jack Baldwin, 11th of May, 2015

Freerange Future's new wellbeing app for school children enshrines positive thinking and self-belief for South Australia's Come Out Children's Festival.

Complexity for Kids: life sciences under the microscope

By Jack Baldwin, 23rd of March, 2015

Scale Free Network uses art to guide children through the complex world of microbiology for Adelaide's Come Out Children's Festival.

New way to investigate sex crimes

15th of December, 2014

Microbial 'signature' on pubic hair can be evidence for sexual crimes.

Ancient migration from Asia key to European family tree

By Sarah Keenihan, 17th of September, 2014

The Australian Centre for Ancient DNA helps reveal a new family tree for modern Europeans.


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