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Roadmap for a better, greener, marine aquaculture sector

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It’s one of the world’s fastest growing food industries and, with the introduction of some new strategies investigated by researchers at the University of Adelaide and The Nature Conservancy, marine aquaculture could soon be one of its greenest.

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Citizens recruited to unlock the secret lives of echidnas

Echidna takes a drink from a bird bath on Peter Hastwell's property. Photo credit: Peter Hastwell of Kangaroo Island.

The largest ever number of echidna sightings across Australia will aid in the conservation of this iconic mammal.

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Barbara Kidman Women’s Fellowships Awarded

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The University of Adelaide Barbara Kidman Women's Fellowship Scheme is designed to support female academics to enhance and promote their career.

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New director for SA Drought Hub

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The South Australian Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub has announced the appointment of the University of Adelaide’s Dr Stephen Lee as its Director.

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Partnership focuses on cutting-edge glass technology

Glass developed by IPAS for the image chamber of Coretec’s CSpace 3D volumetric display. Image: University of Adelaide.

The University of Adelaide’s Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) has partnered with The Coretec Group, Inc. to develop a glass to be used in the US company’s CSpace, a 3D static volumetric display technology.  This project will be jointly funded by the University of Adelaide.

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Sulphur chemical technology improves battery lifespans

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The number of times batteries may be recharged could double in the near future thanks to scientific advances in sulphur battery technology being made by University of Adelaide researchers.

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Machine learning students say cheers with AI beers

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One of the world’s oldest industries now has a high-tech twist, with a new South Australian craft beer designed entirely by artificial intelligence (AI), thanks to a special project from the University of Adelaide’s Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) working in partnership with Barossa Valley Brewing.

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The legacy of Associate Professor Peter Mullinger

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Colleagues and industry partners met at the end of last year to celebrate the rich and varied career of Associate Professor Peter Mullinger.

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Do fungicides in the vineyard affect wine quality?

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How does a crucial viticultural practice that occurs throughout the growing season, affect wine quality? Wine researcher Natalia Caliani wants to know.

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UNIHACK 2022 open to participants

UNIHACK is Australia’s largest student hackathon and this year they're inviting participants from across the Tasman to their second virtual hack!

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