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Science awards celebrate 2021 academic, student and staff success
The recent Faculty of Sciences’ awards showcase celebrated research, teaching, leadership, professional staff and student success.
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2021 Teaching Commendations
These awards recognise the diverse range of activities, services and programs that contribute to student learning and engagement at the University of Adelaide. They serve to highlight the important role that staff from all areas of the University have in supporting us to achieve our strategic goals.
Australian Maths Society Awards add up
The President of the Australian Maths Society recently announced Luke and his co-authors as co-winners of the Gavin Brown Prize for their 2018 paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans.
Professor Maier wins the Biennial Medal
In every odd-numbered year, to coincide with the Biennial Congress, the Society awards a limited number of Biennial Medals for 'exceptional research contributions to modelling and simulation, and for promoting the aims of the Society'.
Marathon experiment reveals quirks of quarks
University of Adelaide experts, who are part of the international community of researchers investigating the fundamental physical properties of atoms, may have come across a new paradigm for the way atomic nuclei are built.
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New inexpensive method to detect lime in soil
University of Adelaide scientists have developed a new simple, inexpensive and fast method to detect and measure very low concentrations of agricultural lime in soils, which is generally a time consuming and difficult exercise.
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Why backyard farming is the type of dirty work you want to be involved in
Is urban agriculture just a nice idea, or a plausible reality? Cosmos Magazine chats to Isobel Hume, Dr Matthias Salomon and Professor Tim Cavagnaro.
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A secret life at Secret Rocks - Unexpected regeneration after fire
Tiny insects that live on Eucalyptus leaves have been forced to travel vast distances or change what they eat to survive, after bushfires destroyed their habitat.
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Woofs & waves: 6 tips for walking your dog on the beach
University of Adelaide animal behaviour expert Petra Edwards provides advice on how to enjoy a safe and enjoyable beach walk with your dog this summer.
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Time travelling in the Tate Museum: How the ‘rock room’ helps researchers study rare collections
Have you visited the Tate Museum at the University of Adelaide’s North Terrace campus?
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