Highlights from CSSM 2000 to 2006
- October 2006, Adelaidean: Particle research recognised in physics award
- September 2006, ABC Science Online: Physicists charged over strange quarks
- September 2006, Fermilab Today: Physicists charged over strange quarks
- September 2006, Adelaidean: New clue to world's tiniest particles
- August 2005, Adelaidean: Strange particles a quark of nature
- Friday, 17 December 2004: Adelaide physics link to Nobel Prize lecture
- Wednesday, 30 May 2001: The future face of computing
- Wednesday, 29 November 2000: National conference to see why less is more
- Monday, 19 June 2000: Sun and Adelaide University to create world-leading supercomputing system
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