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Egg unboiling machine cooks up carbon nanotube applications

By Caleb Radford, 11th of March, 2016

Flinders University scientists use Vortex Fluidic Device to cut carbon nanotubes with precision.

Sensors used to unlock secrets of the universe to be commercialised

By Andrew Spence, 11th of March, 2016

University of Adelaide to commercialise optical sensors used in historic LIGO gravitational wave project.

Bicycle manufacturing on rise as cars take back seat

By Caleb Radford, 2nd of March, 2016

Cycling companies grab opportunities to grow in South Australia.

CEO reputations intact after environmental lawsuits

By Caleb Radford, 1st of March, 2016

Researchers in South Australia have found that CEOs do not experience reputational consequences following environmental lawsuits.

DNA the key to fish's tale of survival

By Andrew Spence, 29th of February, 2016

Flinders University scientists save species from extinction

Golden Staph tricked by vitamin mimic

By Sarah Keenihan, 16th of December, 2015

New pathway to treat multi-resistant bacteria discovered in South Australia.

Archer Exploration discovers ultra-pure graphene from graphite deposits

16th of December, 2015

The University of Adelaide helps confirm the purity of South Australia’s graphite.

The importance of telling the stories of climate change

By Sarah Keenihan, 16th of December, 2015

Better science communication contributed to the COP21 agreement.

Living dangerously: climate change means extra risks for baby fish

By Sarah Keenihan, 16th of December, 2015

Ocean acidification leaves juvenile barramundi lost at sea according to research from South Australia.

World-class cancer research facility to open in Adelaide

By Simone Mazengarb, 9th of December, 2015

Cancer Discovery Accelerator to be built in South Australia.


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