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Congratulations to our graduates from the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials

We wish to extend our warmest congratulations to our new Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials Alumni.

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COVID-19 assessment, grading changes and Honours grade impact

Updated 12/6/20: Attention all students: To ensure that you are not disadvantaged in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the University will be making changes to its grading system.

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A return to the wild for better immune health

Urban garden image by Jacob Mills

Revegetation of green spaces within cities can improve soil microbiota diversity resulting in human health benefits, researchers say.

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Black Dog Institute student wellbeing survey - win prizes

They have developed a short survey, the results of which will help Black Dog Institute better understand how COVID-19 is influencing your wellbeing and work and education outcomes. Participate, and go in the draw to win a $100 voucher.

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Job opportunities: Accenture 2021 Graduate Program second intake

Accenture are on the hunt for final year students across all disciplines that are strategic, curious, and 100% unique grads who want to do meaningful work. Applications close 31 May.

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Job opportunity: Graduate Mechanical Engineer with Korvest Ltd

Korvest Ltd is seeking a driven and enthusiastic individual to join their team as soon as possible at their head office in Kilburn, South Australia. Applications close 5 June.

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Scientists in the news this week: May 22, 2020

The University of Adelaide's Associate Professor Stuart Roy and SARDI's Dr Rhiannon Schilling are looking for opportunities to better understand soil and crop variability in sodic and saline soils. Image: Katherine Hollaway, GRDC

Your round-up of University of Adelaide scientists and science graduates in the news this week.

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Job opportunities: seeking casual staff for Sem 2 course delivery

We are seeking dedicated and passionate casual staff to assist with the delivery of our Semester 2 undergraduate and postgraduate courses, commencing Monday 27 July 2020. Applications close 14 June.

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Humans coexisted with three-tonne marsupials and lizards as long as cars in ancient Australia

Life and death in tropical Australia, 40,000 years ago. Giant reptiles ruled northern Australia during the Pleistocene with mega-marsupials as their prey. Image Credit: R. Bargiel, V. Konstantinov, A. Atuchin & S. Hocknull (2020). Queensland Museum.

Palaeontologists have found fossils of a huge extinct animals that answer, but also pose new questions in the megafauna extinction debate.

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3MT – rise to the challenge

Pinned: You have 3 minutes and 1 slide to make an impact with your research. Do you have what it takes? Applications close 19 June.

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