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    A nutty solution for improving brain health

    Long-term, high nut consumption could be the key to better cognitive health in older people according to new research from the University of South Australia.


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  • Boy in bed using a mobile phone at night

    Wake up call on pre-teen mobile phone use at night

    This World Sleep Day (March 15), Australia is waking up to the fact that around a quarter of children aged 7-8 are using mobile phones at night (between 10pm and 6am) when they should be sleeping.


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  • Researchers at the University of South Australia have developed a new technique that may greatly reduce industry’s dependence on natural gas, combining renewable energy and low-cost thermal storage to deliver heat for high-temperature industrial processes.

    Renewable energy solution for industrial heat applications

    Researchers at the University of South Australia have developed a new technique that may greatly reduce industry’s dependence on natural gas, combining renewable energy and low-cost thermal storage to deliver heat for high-temperature industrial processes.


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  • EU flag

    Beyond-Brexit: EU Ambassadors share insights from the top

    Developing Closer Ties’ will address key topics of interest to the EU and EU-Australia relations, including Culture, Commerce, Heritage, and Education and Research.


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    A silver lining like no other: self-sterilising microneedles revolutionising vaccination and drug delivery

    Vaccinations are the world’s frontline defence against infectious diseases yet despite decades of interventions, unsafe injection practices continue to expose billions of people to serious infection and disease.


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  • Dr Chris Hahn

    Australia’s first clinic to identify families at risk of blood cancer

    Australia’s first multi-disciplinary blood cancer clinic to screen families at risk of leukaemia and lymphoma will be established in Adelaide thanks to a $1.3 million Federal Government grant awarded to UniSA and SA Pathology researcher Dr Chris Hahn and his team. 


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  • Man with neck pain

    Excessive smartphone use could be causing you back and neck pain

    A large majority of the world’s 3.4 billion smartphone users are putting their necks at risk every time they send a text, according to new research involving UniSA.


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  • Woman with half her face tanned

    Social media can help people say no to tanning

    There’s no such thing as a healthy tan but challenging the ‘tanned ideal’ is an uphill battle.


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