We begin to develop our communication skills from the minute we’re born and by a certain age we ‘master’ the primary concepts of communication.
Communicating Science effectively is a ‘next level’ unique communication skill. To communicate complex scientific concepts in an engaging way can be a challenge. Would you like to learn more about communicating science […]
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 […]
On 9th & 10th July prospective students and parents will have the opportunity to learn what Roseworthy Campus is all about and have all your questions answered about the specific areas of study & interests.
There will be talks on specific degrees and courses as well as campus and building Tours. To Register go to: 2013 […]
Equine internal medicine specialist Dr Lidwien Verdegaal has come-up with the idea of using a “telemetric intestinal pill” to provide accurate core-body temperature data to riders in real time.
Like humans, horses doing heavy or energy intensive work in hot conditions suffer from dehydration, fatigue, heat stroke, and hypothermia. “The pill which is about the size […]
South Australia’s pig industry will be supported by local research into sow and piglet housing, reproduction, welfare and other initiatives under the new Southern Pork Alliance.
The alliance, launched at the University of Adelaide Roseworthy Campus on Friday 22.02.2013, between the University’s School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences and the South Australian Research and Development Institute […]