Food production and processing is going through its biggest transformation since the industrial revolution.
The University of Adelaide’s Australian Smart Cities Consortium works with state and local government, industry and entrepreneurs, to improve the experiences of people living in our cities.
Our world-class researchers work in partnership with defence and industry to develop innovative technologies that help give our Australian Defence Force a real edge.
Agave, the plant best known for producing tequila, shows promise as a source of biofuel and other biochemical products.
Growing concerns over food security mean we may need to consider alternative sources of protein in the future. Could edible insects be the solution?
Dr Cris Birzer develops humanitarian technologies for resource-constrained countries and regions
Dr Lian Pin Koh is helping to protect threatened tropical ecosystems through the use of drone technology
Tobacco use for Indigenous Australians is 2.5 times greater than the non-Indigenous Population. PhD candidate, Kristin Carson seeks to close this gap.
Dr Deirdre Zander-Fox is improving clinical IVF laboratory technology to benefit infertile patients
DNA in hair samples collected from Aboriginal people is reconstructing a remarkable 50,000 year history and revealing the deep origins of Aboriginal cultural attachment to place
The barley varieties developed by the University’s Barley Breeding Program account for approximately half of Australia’s barley production. Associate Professor Jason Eglinton leads the Program.