University of Adelaide students are learning animal handling skills using virtual technology.
University of Adelaide researchers have found no evidence of water hoarding, or a clear source of speculative behaviour, driving Murray-Darling Basin water price rises.
The new Australian Critical Minerals Research Centre will conduct comprehensive critical minerals research, from exploration to resource definition and mineral processing.
Adelaide residents would only need to give up a small area of their lawn to grow enough vegetables to become self-sufficient.
Wildlife ecologists are helping the recovery of habitat devastated by the recent Adelaide Hills bushfire, which is home to endangered species and wildlife.
University of Adelaide researchers are using new surveillance tools to identify the illegal trade of exotic animals and plants.
Top honours for innovative and collaborative research by two of University of Adelaide’s leading spatial scientists.
Scientists have challenged the common assumption that genetic diversity of a species is a key indicator of extinction risk.
When soil is tough and compact enough to make using a shovel difficult, roots are going to have trouble too, but not for the same reasons.
Scientists are using koala teeth to learn how Adelaide was settled by Europeans.
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