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New research shows zoonotic virus prevalence in Adelaide's Grey-headed flying foxes

Grey-headed flying fox - Credit: Craig Greer

Scientists discover that the risk of lyssavirus transmission from South Australia's population of Grey-headed flying fox is lower than anticipated.

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Ancient DNA researchers surprised by genetic continuity of Andes civilisations

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The first large-scale study of DNA belonging to ancient humans of the central Andes in South America has uncovered some surprising results.

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Scientists in the news this week: May 8, 2020

Tiah Bampton living her childhood dream working at the Naracoorte Caves (ABC South East SA: Isadora Bogle)

Your round-up of University of Adelaide scientists and science graduates in the news this week.

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New technique delivers complete DNA sequences of chromosomes inherited from mother and father

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Genetics breakthrough for an international team of scientists led by the University of Adelaide’s Davies Research Centre.

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New 'Top Talent' appointment to elevate University's critical minerals research

Dr Carl Spandler, Associate Professor of Critical Minerals

The University of Adelaide has appointed Carl Spandler as Associate Professor of Critical Minerals, part of the Top Talent program to attract the world’s best minds to South Australia.

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Students develop taste to study winemaking online

Virtual wine tasting

University of Adelaide students of oenology and viticulture are blind tasting wines in the familiar surrounds of their homes as part of their online learning.

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Scientists discover proteins in rice vital for pollination

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New research shows two proteins in rice involved in pollen aperture formation are essential in the successful pollination of flowering plants.

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New 'Top Talent' appointment to lead plant synthetic biology research

Dr Jenny Mortimer, appointed Associate Professor of Plant Synthetic Biology at the University of Adelaide.

The University of Adelaide has appointed California-based scientist Jenny Mortimer as the new Associate Professor of Plant Synthetic Biology, part of the Top Talent program to attract the world’s best minds to South Australia.

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Scientists in the news this week: May 1, 2020

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Your round-up of University of Adelaide scientists and science graduates in the news this week.

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Esteemed gravitational wave scientist appointed head of School of Physical Sciences

Peter Veitch

Professor Peter Veitch has been appointed Head of the School of Physical Sciences.

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