How re-thinking urban mobility is injecting new vibrancy into our cities’ street spaces and sparking innovation in the way we travel. Toward the end of the 19th century, city streets around the world became the subject of intense debate. As they swelled with horses, carriages, hawkers and bicycles, questions were asked for the first time […]
The death of a child is always a tragedy. But although the emotional scars they cause may never fully disappear, some solace can be found in the knowledge that lessons learned from the loss may save the lives of others.
Professor Roger Byard is currently the Marks Professor of Pathology at the University of Adelaide and Senior Specialist Forensic Pathologist at Forensic Science SA.
There are many different factors that contribute to a vehicle accident and its impact on victims. What are those factors and how can we learn from them?
Professor Mary Lydon joined the University of Adelaide as Director of the Centre for Automotive Safety Research in March 2008 and is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers.