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2011 Postgraduate Symposium

The 4th Annual Postgraduate Symposium occurs next Wednesday and Thursday (October 5-6).   The School of Agriculture, Food and Wine expects all students (and supervisors) to attend where possible as this represents one of the many training opportunities the School provides for our Postgraduates.
The program is filled with many interesting topics and offers a unique […]

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Science cult hero blows in for a visit

Professor Martyn Poliakoff, from the University of Nottingham in England, is passionate about finding a cleaner way to make chemicals and is touring to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry.
Professor Poliakoff is recognised globally for his role as narrator of a successful chemistry series The Periodic Table of Videos.  That has […]

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Local talents finds home advantage

FOR these South Australian success stories, the grass is not always greener on the other side.
The dream team of successful home-grown professionals is urging career-driven South Australians to think twice before packing their bags and chasing careers interstate and overseas.
They say opportunities are just as plentiful locally. The group is lending its support to a […]

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10 BQ – Research needed for Hep C cure

Q) HOW do we unravel causes of disease?
A) HEPATITIS B and Hepatitis C are very important diseases – together they cause more than one million annual cases of liver cancer, one of the most deadly cancers.
For more detail on how people are infected by Hepatitis B and C, what the symptoms are and more specifically […]

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10 BQ – Cells hold the secret of survival

Q WHAT is life?
A THE single most important act of any living organism is to pass on its genetic information to its offspring to ensure survival of the species. It is believed that if each cell went through more cell divisions, a person would die far quicker. That is because the probability of changes […]

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