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Scientists and staff rewarded for 2018 success

Some of the best minds in science received awards from the Faculty of Sciences at its end of year function in December.

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New space agency a boost for future science careers and research

Australia’s new national space agency in Adelaide to provide boost in career opportunities for science and physics graduates.

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Earth sciences graduates named Superstars of STEM

Three earth sciences graduates are rocking the new title of being among Australia's latest Superstars of STEM.

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Wine researcher Roberta De Bei is our latest Superstar of STEM

A scientist who helps viticulturists worldwide to produce quality wine has been named among Australia's latest Superstars of STEM.

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Students go underground with ‘Wombot’

Blackwood High School students are working with University of Adelaide researchers to develop ‘Wombot’, a new vehicle for exploring wombat holes.

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11,000 year old genomes uncover population history of the Americas

11,000 year old genomes uncover remarkable details about the population history of Central and South America.

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Wild yeasts may hold key to better wines from warmer climates

Scientists have found yeasts that naturally occur on wine grapes may improve wines produced in warmer climates.

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How Eurasia's Tianshan mountains set a stage that changed the world

Though you may not know it, the Tianshan mountain range probably changed the lives of your ancestors – and to this day, you.

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The secret lives of fish

Biologists need a careful understanding of population characteristics and dynamics to sustainably manage wild fish.

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Medical cannabis ambitions boosted for agriculture entrepreneurs

The medical innovations of two agricultural science students has resulted in eChallenge success

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