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Autonomous vehicle trials funded across Adelaide

By Caleb Radford, 21st of March, 2017

South Australia moves to the next step in autonomous vehicle use.

Beavers are worth $1b a year, yet still our economy grossly undervalues nature

14th of October, 2015

Paul Sutton from the University of South Australia debates the economic value of nature.

Better forecasts for sea ice under climate change

By Jim Plouffe, 26th of November, 2014

The first study of exactly how waves impact sea ice will help scientists determine which areas are more prone to the effects of climate change.

Big Data for Dark Matter

By Sarah Keenihan, 22nd of August, 2014

The mystery of the dark: new international physics project.

Big game: banning trophy hunting could do more harm than good

8th of January, 2016

An Adelaide academic enters the emotional debate.

Business centre launched to help SMEs

By Nick Carne, 11th of September, 2014

South Australian small to medium enterprises looking to take next step forward can now call on the expertise of a dedicated Centre for Business Growth.

Campaign calls for Ellen to help save Nemo

By Andrew Spence, 13th of May, 2016

Disney classic inspires Flinders University researchers to save clownfish.

Canine nose helps save pygmy blue-tongue lizard

By Ron Kandelaars, 22nd of October, 2014

Channel 7 Adelaide reports on a sniffer dog helping locate the endangered lizard in South Australia.

China adopts Australian model for toddler education

22nd of November, 2016

South Australian company Hessel Group rolls out first Western early learning program in Shanghai.

China encourages free trade by opening Consulate-General in South Australia

By Jack Baldwin, 18th of November, 2014

The Chinese Government is working to establish a Consulate-General in Adelaide, South Australia as part of the inter-country Free Trade Agreement signed this week.

 
 
 

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