Monthly Archives: April 2011
The University has established a number of world-class research institutes in partnership with government and industry.
The University of Adelaide has established The Environment Institute to tackle some of the most serious environmental challenges facing Australia and the world. Research undertaken within the Institute delivers know-how and understanding that will underpin a step change improvement in the management of natural resources such as water, soil, land and native flora and fauna, […]
The Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources (IMER) is one of Australia’s first interdisciplinary research institutes specifically designed to address one of the biggest challenges facing Australia – to continue to grow the economically critical mineral and energy resources industries in a technically, economically, socially and environmentally sustainable manner. IMER addresses the complex research challenges […]
The Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS ) has been founded on the success of the Centre of Excellence in Photonics, a joint centre of the University of Adelaide and DSTO, and the recognition of the importance that new forms of Advanced Sensing will play in the world. IPAS brings […]
The Robinson Institute brings together over 300 research staff and students and four leading research centres at the University of Adelaide. By focusing on the earliest stages of life, the Robinson Institute is looking at preventing disease and promoting health in children and adults across generations. The Institute bridges the gap between research discoveries and […]
The Waite Research Institute brings together researchers from a range of disciplines including plant biology, genetics, soil sciences, agronomy and agricultural economics. Research undertaken with the Institute aims to find solutions to global problems including the challenge of ensuring global food security, and ensuring Australia’s agricultural, wine and food industries remain competitive by providing innovative […]