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Nanocrystals may replace traditional hard drives for data storage

Nanocrystals may replace traditional hard drives for data storage. Image courtesy Travis Jennings - CC BY 3.0.

Physicists discover that nano-sized crystals of salt encoded with data using light from a laser could be the next data storage technology of choice.

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Scientists and industry unite to explore opportunities for agriculture waste

Increasing the value of agriculture waste and turning it into new products

Our scientists will lead a research and industry consortium which aims to increase the value of agriculture waste.

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Time to celebrate: Scientists win award for the world’s most precise clock

Time to celebrate: Scientists win award for the world’s most precise clock

A University of Adelaide team of scientists has won one of the prestigious Eureka Prizes for science.

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Scientists explore mine over matter

A temporary laboratory installed in the Stawell gold mine.

Scientists are placing giant crystals in an old gold mine more than 1km underground, in order to find elusive dark-matter particles.

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Love Story Wins Sciences 3-Minute Thesis Final

3 Minute Thesis winners 2018

Judges fall in love with Joseph Rossi’s biochemistry story about love and betrayal at the Faculty of Sciences 3-Minute Thesis final.

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Industry tongue-tied over ethical horse treatment

Racehorse image

Equine experts have called for further investigation into tongue-ties and whether they help or harm racing horses.

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Beer scientists look at bigger pitcher after barley discovery

School of Agriculture, Food and Wine researcher Associate Professor Matthew Tucker.

Brewers and scientists are frothing with excitement after the discovery of new information about the malting characteristics of barley grains.

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On call vets and students to patrol the Royal Adelaide Show

School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences student Molly Oshiro

University of Adelaide vets and veterinary medicine students will provide 24/7 care to valuable show animals at the upcoming Royal Adelaide Show.

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Designer molecule targets cancer growth protein

A graphical representation of the new molecule (yellow sticks) interacting with ‘the sliding clamp’ (green surface).

Check out the new molecule designed by University of Adelaide researchers. It shows huge potential for future cancer treatment.

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A plan to build the world’s fastest charging battery

The University of Adelaide’s newest Ramsay Fellow, Dr James Quach, aims to build world’s fastest charging battery

Our newest Ramsay Fellow, Dr James Quach, aims to build world’s fastest charging battery.

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