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Industry tongue-tied over ethical horse treatment

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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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First evidence of neutrino source discovered in distant galaxy

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Scientists discover that an energetic galaxy four billion light years from Earth is the source of high-energy neutrino particles.

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Physicists charge ahead with proton discovery

Physicists charge ahead with proton discovery - Parity-violating electron scattering from the proton

A University of Adelaide physicist has assisted in a discovery which may catalyse the ability to solve some of science's biggest remaining mysteries.

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Researchers discover some fish species might actually benefit from climate change

A damselfish at the volcanic seep in New Zealand.

Research on damselfish living in high CO2 conditions shows that some populations of fish species might actually benefit from climate change.

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Cross species transfer of genes has driven evolution

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Scientists have shown that widespread transfer of genes between species has radically changed the genomes of today’s mammals, and been an important driver of evolution.

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Scientists dive deep to save sinking oyster population

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School of Biological Sciences and Environment Institute researchers are involved in Australia’s largest ever oyster reef restoration project.

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