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Combining logical thinking and creative flair through architecture studies

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A passion for creating and crafting, coupled with natural skills in logical thinking led Vietnamese student Hà Thanh Lê to pursue a career in architecture. Currently studying a Bachelor of Architectural Design offshore, Hà Thanh shares with us her study experiences and hopes for the future.

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Students design humanitarian architectural solutions: Xavier Barnett

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Bachelor of Architectural Design students are designing housing solutions for neurodiversity, cultural and social differences.

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Does Australia have too many kangaroos?

High densities of Eastern Grey Kangaroo (Macropus giganteus). Note the short grassy sward and the bones in the foreground that are evidence of kangaroos that have perished. Photo courtesy Melissa Snape.

Wildlife scientists have come together to call for urgent reforms to the management of Australia’s kangaroo populations.

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Adelaide influence in new South American gamma ray observatory

The High-Altitude Water Cherenkov Gamma-Ray Observatory on the slope of the Mexican Sierra Negra volcano. (Source: HAWC Observatory, J. Goodman)

University of Adelaide researchers are part of an international team that aims to unlock the secrets of the universe above the southern hemisphere.

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Physics: Uni of Adelaide ranked best in Australasia

Peter Veitch gravitational waves PM’s Science Prize

The University of Adelaide is the best university for physics across Australia and New Zealand according to new rankings of the best global universities.

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ECMS funding success across intelligence and security research

Congratulations to the ECMS researchers who have been awarded Australian Research Council grants under the National Intelligence and Security Discovery Research Grants scheme.

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Decoding Urban Landscapes Through Point Cloud Modelling: A New Teaching Approach

Dr Carlos Bartesaghi Koc

Over last year, landscape architecture lecturer Dr Carlos Bartesaghi Koc has been developing and implementing innovative approaches and geospatial technologies that he usually employs for research purposes in urban climatology and urban forestry for enhancing teaching and learning at UoA.

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Plant-based food the flavour of new research facility

Pulses, including lentils, chickpeas and beans.

A new international food flavour facility will launch at Waite campus to improve the taste of sustainable, healthy, plant-based food and ingredients.

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CET researchers awarded Solar Energy journal best paper 2021

Solar award energy

Congratulations to mechanical engineering researchers Dr Matthew Emes, Dr Azadeh Jafari and Prof Maziar Arjomandi for receiving the Solar Energy Journal Best Paper Award 2021 from the International Solar Energy Society (ISES).

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Too late for 2050 climate change emissions target

Professor Tom Wigley

New research from the University of Adelaide says the 2050 target to reduce climate change emissions is too little and too late.

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