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Funding support to discover ways to block the migration of T-cells responsible for MS

Lymphocyte closeup view of t-cell or b-cell

University of Adelaide Research Fellow, Dr Iain Comerford has secured funding from Multiple Sclerosis Australia to further his research into the factors that influence specific immune cell (T cell) migration into the bloodstream and the brain in people who have MS.

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The lure of beauty and purpose in physics

Associate Professor Yan Jiao

Physics is not only practical, but elegant too.

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50 regional and remote schools embark on a mission to uncover new insect species

Fly insect investigators - Erinn Fagan-Jeffries

Schools across South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia will document their local insect biodiversity and discover new insects in their area.

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Spotlight on Vivien Heng this International Day of Women and Girls in Science

photo of vivien heng

This International Day of Women and Girls in Science we’re shining a spotlight on one of our brilliant Mathematical and Computer Sciences students, Vivien Heng.

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Australia's deadliest snakes arrived by sea

Tiger Snake (Notechis scutatus) Credit: Max Tibby- Snake Catchers Adelaide

New research led by the University of Adelaide has found the first tangible evidence that the ancestors of some of Australia’s most venomous snakes arrived by sea rather than by land.

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ANZ’s Graduate Program

ANZ’s Graduate Program applications open mid-February and Career Services is co-hosting a Virtual Information Session on Thursday 3rd March at 12:10pm – 1:00pm.

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University of Adelaide mathematician receives 2022 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scientist Award

jordan pitt

Dr Jordan Pitt from the University of Adelaide’s School of Mathematical Sciences has been recognised with a 2022 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scientist Award .

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Chemobrain: 1 in 3 breast cancer survivors suffer from cognitive impairment

Woman in gymnasium with allied health professional

Are you a breast cancer survivor and do you forget things?

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New research puts bugs to the taste test

Green ant by Robert Waghorn

New research to develop more accurate and consumer friendly descriptions for one of the most sustainable and high protein food sources on the planet, edible insects.

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First-time study shows true value of SA’s parks

Ikara–Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia.

South Australia’s parks are quickly becoming the jewel in the crown of the state’s tourism offering with a new report highlighting the economic worth on top of the conservation value.

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