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Sydney Morning Herald
Bringing back the devilentirely from the mainland. According to Jeremy Austin, associate professor at
Bringing back the devil
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
entirely from the mainland. According to Jeremy Austin, associate professor at the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA at the University of Adelaide, three factors were most likely responsible – climate change, the arrival of dingos (which never... Read more
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Food Business Review
University of Adelaide sets up new laboratory to research on complex carbohydrates University of Adelaide in collaboration with Agilent Technologies Australia h
University of Adelaide sets up new laboratory to research on complex carbohydrates
Food Business Review / Posted yesterday
University of Adelaide in collaboration with Agilent Technologies Australia has established a new laboratory at its Waite campus to undertake research on the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Advanced imaging technique could help select embryos most viable for successful pregnancyResearchers at the University of Adelaide have successfully trialed a new techn
Advanced imaging technique could help select embryos most viable for successful pregnancy
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have successfully trialed a new technique that could aid the process of choosing the "best" embryo for implantation, helping to boost the chances of pregnancy success from the very first IVF cycle. The... Read more
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Mashable
Those creepy robot babies increase teen pregnancies, study saysthat one thing caused the other. But it's an interesting idea. One of the stud
Those creepy robot babies increase teen pregnancies, study says
Mashable / Posted yesterday
that one thing caused the other. But it's an interesting idea. One of the study's authors, Dr Sally A. Brinkmann of the University of Adelaide told the ABC, "There was a very diverse range of behaviour. These infant simulators tend to promote... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Embryo 'selfies' could change IVFbecome pregnant more easily because of a new technique that analyses embryo 'se
Embryo 'selfies' could change IVF
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
become pregnant more easily because of a new technique that analyses embryo 'selfies', a South Australian university says. University of Adelaide researchers have successfully trialled a technique for mapping the inside of an embryo using only a... Read more
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Mashable
An open letter to the Prime Minister on the climate crisis, from 154 scientistsFox, Ecologist, UNSW Australia; Dr Evan Franklin, Solar energy researcher, ANU;
An open letter to the Prime Minister on the climate crisis, from 154 scientists
Mashable / Posted 2 days ago
Fox, Ecologist, UNSW Australia; Dr Evan Franklin, Solar energy researcher, ANU; Dr Diego Garcia-Bellido, Paleontologist, University of Adelaide; Dr Stephen Garnett, Conservation and sustainability researcher, Charles Darwin University; Dr John... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Why the Italy quake zone is a notorious seismic hotspotthey could bring down damaged structures. "Aftershocks are likely to continue
Why the Italy quake zone is a notorious seismic hotspot
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
they could bring down damaged structures. "Aftershocks are likely to continue for several weeks," said Sandy Steacy of the University of Adelaide, Australia. "These earthquakes cause disproportionate damage for their size because they shake... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Scientists edge closer to hormone injection-free infertility treatmentgiven hormones to stimulate egg growth before they are removed from the ovaries
Scientists edge closer to hormone injection-free infertility treatment
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
given hormones to stimulate egg growth before they are removed from the ovaries and fertilised. Researchers at UNSW, The University of Adelaide and Free University of Brussels have developed a new growth factor called Cumulin that allows eggs to... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Italy quake leaves 73 dead: new official tollthey could bring down damaged structures. "Aftershocks are likely to continue
Italy quake leaves 73 dead: new official toll
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 3 days ago
they could bring down damaged structures. "Aftershocks are likely to continue for several weeks," said Sandy Steacy of the University of Adelaide, Australia. "These earthquakes cause disproportionate damage for their size because they shake... Read more
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PhysOrg
Italy quake struck notorious seismic hotspotthey could bring down damaged structures. "Aftershocks are likely to continue
Italy quake struck notorious seismic hotspot
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
they could bring down damaged structures. "Aftershocks are likely to continue for several weeks," said Sandy Steacy of the University of Adelaide, Australia. Firemen and rescuers search destroyed buildings in Amatrice, central Italy following the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Scientists edge closer to hormone injection-free infertility treatmentgiven hormones to stimulate egg growth before they are removed from the ovaries
Scientists edge closer to hormone injection-free infertility treatment
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
given hormones to stimulate egg growth before they are removed from the ovaries and fertilised. Researchers at UNSW, The University of Adelaide and Free University of Brussels have developed a new growth factor called Cumulin that allows eggs to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Enhanced fertility treatment eliminates hormone injectionsgiven hormones to stimulate egg growth before they are removed from the ovaries
Enhanced fertility treatment eliminates hormone injections
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
given hormones to stimulate egg growth before they are removed from the ovaries and fertilised. Researchers at UNSW, The University of Adelaide and Free University of Brussels have developed a new growth factor called Cumulon that allows eggs to... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists discover less invasive, cheaper technique to improve woman's chances of becoming pregnanthas been 15 years in the making. It is the result of a long partnership between
Scientists discover less invasive, cheaper technique to improve woman's chances of becoming pregnant
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
has been 15 years in the making. It is the result of a long partnership between Associate Professor Gilchrist and the University of Adelaide (where he was based previously), UZ Brussel at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium and Cook... Read more
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Daily Mail
Potent fertility treatment cheaper than IVF is developedan improvement in egg quality and a 50 per cent increase in embryo yield. Asso
Potent fertility treatment cheaper than IVF is developed
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
an improvement in egg quality and a 50 per cent increase in embryo yield. Associate Professor Jeremy Thompson, from the University of Adelaide', said the new technique is a 'significant advance' in fertility research. The new technique improved... Read more
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International Business Times
Potent new fertility technique prevents side effects of in-vitro fertilisation for womenin The Journal of Biological Chemistry, is a collaboration between scientists f
Potent new fertility technique prevents side effects of in-vitro fertilisation for women
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
in The Journal of Biological Chemistry, is a collaboration between scientists from the University of New South Wales, the University of Adelaide, UZ Brussel at Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Cook Medical. Researchers in Gilchrist's lab recently... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Food regulator reviewing GM potato for use within Australiathere."Bruising and food waste Simplot says potato growers in the US lose arou
Food regulator reviewing GM potato for use within Australia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
there."Bruising and food waste Simplot says potato growers in the US lose around $300 million every year due to bruising. University of Adelaide plant scientist Peter Langridge said it was common for plants, particularly apples and potatoes, to go... Read more
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International Business Times
Ancient stone circles align with the sun at solstice and with the moon during lunar standstilla single stone circle was constructed with astronomical phenomena in mind – it
Ancient stone circles align with the sun at solstice and with the moon during lunar standstill
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
a single stone circle was constructed with astronomical phenomena in mind – it was all supposition," project leader and University of Adelaide Visiting Research Fellow Dr Gail Higginbottom explained. In her recent study, published in the... Read more
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express
Stonehenge: The ancient SUPERCOMPUTER used to track movement of the universethe 3,000-year-plus old stones and compared them to the alignment of the celest
Stonehenge: The ancient SUPERCOMPUTER used to track movement of the universe
express / Posted 8 days ago
the 3,000-year-plus old stones and compared them to the alignment of the celestial bodies at the time it was erected. The University of Adelaide team found that the pillars were situated to track the movement of the sun, moon and stars.Related... Read more
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Daily Mail
Was Stonehenge an 'ancient computer'?and orientation and comparing this against the astronomical alignments around t
Was Stonehenge an 'ancient computer'?
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
and orientation and comparing this against the astronomical alignments around the time they were built, researchers at the University of Adelaide have provided evidence to support the theory that these stones were placed in relation to the movement... Read more
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New Kerala
How Sun, Moon helped construct historic British standing stones - newkerala.com #106727stones, and that this practice continued in the same way for 2,000 years," said
How Sun, Moon helped construct historic British standing stones - newkerala.com #106727
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
stones, and that this practice continued in the same way for 2,000 years," said Gail Higginbottom, Researcher at the University of Adelaide. And 2,000 years later in Scotland, much simpler monuments were still being built that had at least... Read more
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PhysOrg
90 years of monitoring change in arid zoneVolunteers mending fences around the Koonamore Vegetation Reserve. Credit: Univ
90 years of monitoring change in arid zone
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
Volunteers mending fences around the Koonamore Vegetation Reserve. Credit: University of Adelaide A 400 hectare piece of land in South Australia's outback, 400 kilometres north-east of Adelaide, is providing important data to help researchers and... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Astronomy shown to be set in standing stoneUniversity of Adelaide research has for the first time statistically proven tha
Astronomy shown to be set in standing stone
Op-Ed News / Posted 10 days ago
University of Adelaide research has for the first time statistically proven that the earliest standing stone monuments of Britain, the great circles, were constructed specifically in line with the movements of the Sun and Moon, 5000 years... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Drones in science: Rising beyond pretty picturesprofit organisation ConservationDrones.org. Today he is the director of the Un
Drones in science: Rising beyond pretty pictures
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
profit organisation ConservationDrones.org. Today he is the director of the Unmanned Research Aircraft Facility at the University of Adelaide, where he and his team use drones to track wildlife, including yellow-footed wallabies, bettongs, and... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers validate ancient astronomical structuresnorthern position every 18.6 years. These are astronomical events that could be
Researchers validate ancient astronomical structures
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
northern position every 18.6 years. These are astronomical events that could be seen 5000 years ago. Credit: Douglas Scott University of Adelaide research has for the first time statistically proven that the earliest standing stone monuments of... Read more
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IAfrica South African Business News
Reducing meat intake could curb obesityConference on Nutrition and Food Sciences in Zurich, Switzerland, the research
Reducing meat intake could curb obesity
IAfrica South African Business News / Posted 10 days ago
Conference on Nutrition and Food Sciences in Zurich, Switzerland, the research was carried out by scientists from the University of Adelaide, Australia, who believe meat could be as bad as sugar in contributing to our growing waistlines. A... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Big questions asked of “Carp-a-geddon”of their bodies. Small changes in oxygen levels can have big ramifications for
Big questions asked of “Carp-a-geddon”
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
of their bodies. Small changes in oxygen levels can have big ramifications for native wildlife. So researchers at the University of Adelaide have been putting dead carp into 800-litre tubs of water to try to measure the amount of oxygen the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Zoe Morrison's novel sings with love of music and concern for tyranniesleadership prize, Morrison got her associate and licentiate diplomas in piano,
Zoe Morrison's novel sings with love of music and concern for tyrannies
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
leadership prize, Morrison got her associate and licentiate diplomas in piano, graduated with first-class honours from the University of Adelaide, then won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford. At 24 she became a lecturer and research fellow at St... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish families in Australia 'tend to stick together'years, says Fidelma McCorry Breen, who is conducting research as part of her Ph
Irish families in Australia 'tend to stick together'
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
years, says Fidelma McCorry Breen, who is conducting research as part of her PhD on Irish migration to Australia at the University of Adelaide. “For many people, the family is their main reason for moving to Australia. So many of them came out... Read more
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The Age
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolagainst any potential harm. Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and r
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
against any potential harm. Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Warning for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Warning for pregnant women using paracetamol
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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WA Today
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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Perth Now
Aussie mothers risking babies’ futurestheir nervous system, possibly leading to disability or death, while a lack of
Aussie mothers risking babies’ futures
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
their nervous system, possibly leading to disability or death, while a lack of folate is linked to spina bifida. University of Adelaide senior research fellow Dr Jo Zhou said many women did not take supplements at critical times because... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Aussie mothers risking babies’ futurestheir nervous system, possibly leading to disability or death, while a lack of
Aussie mothers risking babies’ futures
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
their nervous system, possibly leading to disability or death, while a lack of folate is linked to spina bifida. University of Adelaide senior research fellow Dr Jo Zhou said many women did not take supplements at critical times because... Read more
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The Courier
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Students still need classroom set up: Wits professorschools and universities‚ as well as other platforms‚ including the Wharton Sch
Students still need classroom set up: Wits professor
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 12 days ago
schools and universities‚ as well as other platforms‚ including the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania‚ University of Adelaide‚ Microsoft Academy and Wix Web. Up to 4 555 people have registered for the MOOV in selected public... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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The Young Witness
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
The Young Witness / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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Western Advocate
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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Manning River Times
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
Manning River Times / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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The North West Star
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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The Border Mail
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamolon public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and
Caution urged for pregnant women using paracetamol
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
on public health advice". But Dr Luke Grzeskowiak, a specialist pharmacist and researcher at the Robinson Institute and University of Adelaide, said while the study was interesting, it was not strong enough for pregnant women to stop using... Read more
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The Irish Times
Family is at the heart of new Irish communities in Australiayears, says Fidelma McCorry Breen, who is conducting research as part of her Ph
Family is at the heart of new Irish communities in Australia
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
years, says Fidelma McCorry Breen, who is conducting research as part of her PhD on Irish migration to Australia at the University of Adelaide. “For many people, the family is their main reason for moving to Australia. So many of them came out... Read more
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The Irish Times
Raising kids abroad: how to keep them connected to homesays Fidelma McCorry Breen, who runs Adelaide Irish Connect, and is completing
Raising kids abroad: how to keep them connected to home
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
says Fidelma McCorry Breen, who runs Adelaide Irish Connect, and is completing a PhD on Irish migration to Australia at the University of Adelaide. “It is important for the child’s sense of belonging, for them to be able to say ‘I’ve done this... Read more
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PhysOrg
Legal commentaries continue to make an impact, 250 years onof an international scholarly project led by Professor Wilfrid Prest, Professor
Legal commentaries continue to make an impact, 250 years on
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
of an international scholarly project led by Professor Wilfrid Prest, Professor Emeritus of History and of Law at the University of Adelaide. "Blackstone's Commentaries helped to shape the laws that governed Britain and the British Empire in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Pregnant women not getting enough iodineteenagers decreased by almost 55 per cent, and by 74 per cent among Aboriginal
Pregnant women not getting enough iodine
Sky News Australia / Posted 13 days ago
teenagers decreased by almost 55 per cent, and by 74 per cent among Aboriginal women. Despite this, the authors of The University of Adelaide study, published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, say new strategies to... Read more
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Perth Now
Carpageddon plan 'could kill native fish'and will eradicate 95 per cent of the pest's population over the next 30 years.
Carpageddon plan 'could kill native fish'
Perth Now / Posted 13 days ago
and will eradicate 95 per cent of the pest's population over the next 30 years. While the virus doesn't affect other fish, University of Adelaide research shows that decomposing carp, if they're left in the water, will dissolve oxygen levels. And... Read more
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