If you answered yes to either of these questions, then come along to our postgraduate information evening on Thursday 23 October.
Budding wine makers should come along to our ‘Make wine more than a weekend passion‘ session 6.30pm – 7pm – Make sure you register though!
If you are interested in sustainable agriculture or food production for […]
Exams can be a daunting prospect. At the end of the busy semester, even after you have handed in your assignments, they still loom overhead. However, they needn’t be a time of high drama and pressure if you plan appropriately.
The following tips will help you to approach your exams with confidence and extra focus.
Don’t leave […]
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 […]
The University of Adelaide is providing a 2-week intensive course for Communicating Science from 2-13 July in 2012.
The course titled, SCIENCE 7020 Communicating Science will be offered at a Postgraduate level however HDR and research students are also able to undertake this course. It will provide an opportunity to develop and expand skills of communicating […]
A new study led by Dr Ed Biffin from the University of Adelaide’s Australian Centre for Evolutionary Biology and Biodiversity, has found the arrival of angiosperms restricted most conifer species to marginal habitats and alpine areas in the northern hemisphere.
However, one distinctively different southern hemisphere family of conifers known as the Podocarpacae (plum pines) was […]
On the 11th of April Alicia Hurkmans, the Young Scientists of Australia Adelaide Chapter Inc. (YSA) and from the University of Adelaide, attended the United Nations Women in Science and Engineering Summit (WiSE) summit held in Canberra.
The summit was largely aimed of industry and research leaders, representatives from major institutions such as CSIRO, WEHI Medical […]
Find out about some of the interesting research University of Adelaide scientists undertake to answer this question. ‘The Flip side to antibiotics‘ by Thomas Tu explores our current research into different ways of combatting disease with “bugs” becoming more and more resistant to antibiotics.