News: Veterinary Medicine News
A new three-year Bachelor of Veterinary Technology at the University’s Roseworthy campus will train ‘paraveterinary’ health care specialists.
Chlamydia-free koalas from Kangaroo Island may be needed to help save declining populations in other parts of Australia.
Science research at the University of Adelaide has reached new heights according to the 2018 Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) results released this week.
With several hundred cases diagnosed each year, Australia has one of the highest rates of Q fever worldwide.
Veterinary science, taught at Roseworthy campus, is a stand-out result in a suite of impressive results in the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Australians are outraged when animal abuse punishments are seen to be inadequate.
Equine experts have called for further investigation into tongue-ties and whether they help or harm racing horses.
University of Adelaide vets and veterinary medicine students will provide 24/7 care to valuable show animals at the upcoming Royal Adelaide Show.
Research into the growth, health and profitability of lambs has landed animal science student Leesa-Joy Flannigan a major international award.
Vets from the Faculty of Sciences have warned of the dangers of wild mushrooms after recent dog deaths in suburban Adelaide.