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Research & Development

 
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Natural hazards heat up as climate changes

By Caleb Radford, 7th of November, 2016

Research led by South Australian university shows increase in natural hazards over next 100 years.

World's most precise clock set for commercial countdown

By Caleb Radford, 27th of October, 2016

Sapphire clock fine-tuned in South Australia ahead of 2017 launch. 

Australia and Italy to co-operate in space

By Jim Plouffe, 25th of October, 2016

South Australia signs MoU with Italian space agency.

DNA extraction pen looms as powerful forensic tool

By Caleb Radford, 24th of October, 2016

Device from South Australia creates a more accurate criminal profile.

Somark Innovations establishes development and manufacturing operations in South Australia

By Jim Plouffe, 20th of October, 2016

Tonsley Innovation Hub grows its medical technology expertise.

Bridging the gap between science and industry

By Jim Plouffe, 20th of October, 2016

Dr Colin Hall from the University of South Australia receives the inaugural Prime Minister’s Prize for New Innovators.

Through the eyes of a natural born killer

By Andrew Spence, 19th of October, 2016

Research project in South Australian Outback uses video collars to track hunting patterns of feral cats.

How we discovered the 'Higgs bison', hiding in plain sight in ancient cave art

19th of October, 2016

DNA from fossil bones prove existence of new bison species.

Ocean super highways in the slow lane

By Caleb Radford, 14th of October, 2016

Research from South Australia debunks Finding Nemo ocean super highway theory.

Shark deterring surf wax set for scientific sea trials

By Andrew Spence, 14th of October, 2016

South Australian entrepreneur prepares for next stage with Chillax wax.

 
 

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