University of Adelaide students are learning animal handling skills using virtual technology.
Adelaide residents would only need to give up a small area of their lawn to grow enough vegetables to become self-sufficient.
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.
Soil experts warn of increasing human intake of cadmium due to changes in soil conditions.
Scientists have unlocked new genetic variation in wheat and barley – a major boost for the global effort in breeding higher-yielding varieties.
Plant scientists and a geologist from the University of Adelaide are among the world’s most highly cited researchers.
Researchers have surveyed the soil health of community gardens across Adelaide to assess their suitability for urban agriculture.
‘What even is the economy?’ Citymag has published a three-part series on ‘how SA makes money and stuff’ featuring several University of Adelaide scientists and science graduates.
Scientists will feature at Ingenuity 2020 – a showcase of student projects exploring real-life applications across all disciplines of STEM.