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Australian Rover Challenge 2022
University students from across Australia tested their rovers by competing in a full-scale simulated lunar mission at the Australian Rover Challenge.
Science communicators boost the visibility of Uni of Adelaide research
Six University of Adelaide scientists have each won the inaugural Science Communication Prize for increasing the visibility of the University’s scientific research and capabilities, while boosting the profile and accessibility of their own work.
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Why are dogs scared of the vet and what can I do to help?
Investigating the bark side of veterinary care is ruff (I shih tzu not!) – Dr Petra Edwards tells us why dogs fear the vet and how pet owners can make this experience more paw-sitive for everyone.
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Engineers Australia Career Fair: Elevation 2022
Are you ready to see what your future career could look like?
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ThincAg has launched again for 2022! The 2022 edition is all about AgTech where we want to help students foster a technology-driven perspective to approach the current and emerging issues of the South Australian agriculture industry.
University scientists lead the conversation on growing the space economy
The University of Adelaide’s Professor Matthew Gilliham is guiding a session on the technologies needed to support long-term space habitation at the Andy Thomas Space Foundation 13th Australian Space Forum.
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The journey from James Herriot wannabe to research superstar
From the wise old age of four Alex Whittaker dreamt of becoming the female version of British TV veterinarian James Herriot.
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An obsession with Lego led to a love of engineering
Susie studies Civil Engineering. She says a childhood Lego obsession combined with a drive to help others were the two main reasons that led her there.
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The right attitude helps launch a career in space
Georgia is studying a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace) (Honours) with a Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences.
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The excitement of large datasets and mathematics
For Bridget Smart, it was the excitement of working with large datasets to improve the quality of information online that led her to choose her research area.
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