Newly graduated Bachelor of Science (Advanced) and current Chemistry Honours student Gemma Gransbury was asked where she thought she’d be in five years’ time, here’s what she had to say:
“In 5 years’ time I’d like to be finishing my DPhil in Inorganic Chemistry, hopefully at Oxford University, after doing a MPhil at the University of [...]
Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a research communication competition for Higher Degree by Research students that challenges participants to explain their research project to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes.
There are some great prizes up for grabs including a $2000 travel grant and free travel to the Trans-Tasman Competition for the University winner.
So if [...]
Dr Sarah Catalano recently graduated from a PhD in Marine Science. When we asked Sarah where she thought she’d be in five years time, here’s what she had to say:
“In 5 years from now I see myself having recently completed a postdoctoral position either in Australia or overseas and starting up my own laboratory as [...]
The Faculty of Sciences is extremely proud to have not one but TWO of our graduates as the recipients of the University of Adelaide Alumni Medallists for 2014!
Congratulations to Simon Blacket who was awarded the 2014 Honours Alumni University Medal.
Simon graduated with an outstanding undergraduate record! He not only attained a GPA of 7 and [...]
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 Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) is holding a program of science presentations, networking and tours of our facilities.
The event will run from 1130 – 1530 and includes lunch.
All University staff, students and members of the public are invited to attend.
1130 – 1230 INTRODUCTION & INVITED TALKS
Introduced by IPAS Director Professor Tanya Monro [...]
There is new hope for Tasmanian devils, with a new drug trial showing improvements in facial tumours that have been destroying their population. Trials by thr Tasmanian government research team using a drug called EBC-46 slowed the groth of tumours in four captive devils in a way that had not been previously possible. Results of [...]