Congratulations to Noby Leong (School of Chemistry and Physics) and Deborah Furst (School of Earth and Environmental Sciences), our two Faculty of Sciences finalists who will represent us at the University of Adelaide Final.
The University’s Final 3MT is held at the National Wine Centre on Tue 10th Sept @ 5.30-7.30pm
Well done guys and good luck!
The Science Experience program is designed to give students who have an interest in science, an opportunity to engage in a wide range of fascinating science activities under the guidance of scientists who love their work!
The University of Adelaide run the program in mid January each year (15-17 Jan 2013). Students wishing to undertake the [...]
Understanding Traditional Chinese Medicine at the molecular level with the ultimate aim of its integration into Western medicine is the focus of a joint Australian-Chinese Research Centre which was announced in Beijing last Friday, 11th May 2012.
The Zhendong Australia China Centre for Molecular Traditional Chinese Medicine is a joint centre between the University of Adelaide, [...]
The University of Adelaide has today cemented its reputation as one of the premier health and medical research institutions in Australia after being awarded a record $44.8 million in Federal Government funding.
Chemistry Spectacular is an exciting stage show featuring a range of spectacular, thrilling and attention-grabbing demonstrations which will motivate, inspire and delight!
Our world-class chemistry experts will enthrall with experiments featuring sparks, explosions, bangs and flames – and you’ll also discover the captivating chemistry that happens behind the [...]
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 [...]
On June 14 this year, 40,000 passengers were left stranded when most airlines cancelled Adelaide domestic services because of a volcanic ash plum over Australia. A week later, the airport was again quiet as aircraft were grounded because the ash cloud was circling the earth.
This disruption occurred just a year after the Icelandic volcano [...]
Flinders University, with the support of the Australian Government, will be proudly hosting the second National Biodiscovery Forum in August 2011. Biodiscovery is a field of growing importance globally for the resourcing of new compounds for the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmeceutical and functional foods industries, as well as for bioremediation and agricultural chemicals.
One hundred years ago the electricity system hardly existed, with most people reliant on oil lamps, iceboxes, fireplaces and so on.
Industry burned coal on-site to run steam turbines for mechanical power. Mining operations were primitive compared with the extraordinary scale and sophistication of today’s operations.
Dr Francis Clark talks further about how renewables and where we [...]