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.
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.
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.
From the wise old age of four Alex Whittaker dreamt of becoming the female version of British TV veterinarian James Herriot.
Professor Rachel Burton has always loved plants, but it took her a while to be immersed in them properly.
Sam Franklin wanted to be a vet from a very young age, not an academic. She ended up being both.
Scientist Hannah Agnew and summer research students Kate and Rachel set out to find how effective soap and hand sanitiser is against microbes, such as bacteria and viruses.
Known in the scientific world as scat or faeces, poo can give a lot of very important information about an animal. This explains why Dr Tahlia Perry called on people nationwide to send her some.
Michelle Guzik sat up and listened at university. And the impact of those lectures has never left her.
Precision measurement with a light touch In most circumstances, disordered working conditions prevent us from performing accurate work.