The Faculty of Sciences in conjunction with the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences welcomed 100 year 10 high school students from across the state for the 2009 Siemens Sciences Experience. This event is held in January each year provides budding young scientists the opportunity to visit and become familiar with the University, to […]
“Many scientists today work in relative isolation, left to follow blind alleys and duplicate existing research. Data are balkanized — trapped behind firewalls, locked up by contracts or lost in databases that can’t be accessed or integrated. Materials are hard to get — universities are overwhelmed with transfer requests that ought to be routine, while […]
Named at No 10 in the Top 10 Scientific Discoveries list is the work of Wolfgang Haak of the University of Adelaide which revealed the earliest evidence of a nuclear family, dating back to the Stone Age.
The researchers examined remains from four multiple Neolithic burials discovered in Germany in 2005. The 4,600-year-old graves contained groups […]