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Copulate to populate: ancient Scottish fish did it sideways

20th of October, 2014

South Australian scientist John Long discovers first appearance of sex involving copulation in vertebrates

Cosplay brings out the best in creativity and culture

By Jack Baldwin, 15th of April, 2015

New research from the University of Adelaide has shed light on the social and cultural benefits of costuming.

Creating dinosaurs: why Jurassic World could never work

14th of April, 2015

Making a dinosaur? Start with an Australian emu according to Prof John Long at Flinders.

Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy to open in India

By John Merriman, 13th of August, 2015

A cricket academy from South Australia is set to open in India to help groom the next generation of cricketers.

Dating game sparks passion for student

By Caleb Radford, 15th of February, 2016

University of South Australia student stars on If You Are The One.

Deadly snake expertise from Down Under helps Myanmar farmers

By Andrew Spence, 13th of December, 2016

Myanmar Snakebite Project strengthens ties with South Australia.


Digging deep to find the culprit

By Nick Carne, 27th of May, 2014

Robert Fitzpatrick spreads his soil forensic knowledge around the world to catch the bad guys.

Digital science magazine helps teachers engage students around world

By Cathryn McLauchlan, 15th of May, 2014

More teachers discovering e-Science, a teaching tool from South Australia.

Dirt TV announces student winners

By Jack Baldwin, 26th of September, 2014

The South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME) awarded $10,000 of prizes to student winners of their media initiative, Dirt TV, at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide last night.

DNA testing on trees fells illegal loggers

By Andrew Spence, 7th of March, 2016

University of Adelaide researchers play key role in maple theft prosecution.


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