Search news stories
Enter a keyword to search news.
Scientists discover that a gene that helps animal ‘relax’, also helps plants save water.
The Clive E Boyce Scholarship was established to fund one postgraduate scholarship in the undertaking of research activities or study-related travel by a current or commencing higher degree by research student in the School of Architecture and Built Environment. Applications close 12 April.
Four primary schools in regional South Australia have discovered and named new species of wasps as part of a new citizen science project led by the University of Adelaide.
The University of Adelaide has been awarded more than $3.6 million in industry-linked grants by the Australian Research Council (ARC) for important research that will attract a further $1.8 million in support from industry.
Oliver Wyman is a global management consultancy seeking penultimate year female students from all disciplines who display curiosity and drive with strong problem-solving and analytical skills looking to gain insight and exposure into the consulting industry. Applications close 7 April 2021.
PhD opportunity for Chemical Engineers: Develop catalyst materials for future fuels by operando computation
This project aims to design catalyst materials for the production of future fuels (green ammonia, hydrocarbon and alcohol). Facilitated by advanced computation techniques and reliable catalyst materials design procedure, this project will address the biggest challenge in future fuel generation, which is the lack of efficient catalyst materials.
Scientists make DNA breakthrough in the quest to better understand our mysterious ancient cousins.
This project aims to develop, test, and verify the impacts of local markets on the operation, profit and business model of the aggregator. To that end, the game theory will be used to form the interaction between prosumers, local market platform and the aggregator operation considering the potential of islanded operation as a business case for the aggregator. Applications open until filled.
Researchers demonstrate that climate change is responsible for the changes in the flow and water volume of rivers globally.
This project will combine mathematical modelling and data science approaches to improve our understanding of how food deserts arise in a city, accounting for community factors such as median household income, local geography, and other relevant population demographics. Applications close 16 April 2021.