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The late Quaternary paleorecord, within the past ∼130,000 years, can help to inform present-day management of the Earth's ecosystems and biota under climate change.
If you are a mechanical engineering student with good results and skills in CAD or FEA and project management and the determination and passion to work in a commercial R&D environment, Supashock Advanced Technologies is offering an exciting opportunity to develop your skills in a cutting-edge technical field. Applications close 11 September.
This position is suitable for a recent or final year graduate studying or majoring in an engineering, science, climate change or sustainability discipline. Applications close 28 August.
For students graduating in 2021, GHD have a range of internship opportunities in the Sydney region for architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, civil engineering, electrical engineering and environmental engineering students commencing in November 2020. Applications close 14 September.
Congratulations to Amber Smith and Anthony Cox, graduates of the School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering, who were the winners of the 2020 National Student Water Prize for their research into the installation of mini hydropower turbines into water transmission system pipelines.
This fantastic scholarship is available to one first year female undergraduate student undertaking the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) program. Applications close 11 September.
Adept Adelaide will be taking keen space enthusiasts to enter our own team – and you will be working as part of a large team to design and build a full-scale Lunar Rover. Applications close 28 August.
Grab your friends and enter the Australian-first challenge to design and build a Rover to compete in a full-scale simulated lunar mission at the University of Adelaide campus. Team registrations close 5 September.
Here are the stories of University of Adelaide scientists and science graduates in the news this week.
Congratulations to our two Faculty finalists and the winner of the people's choice vote.