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  • Stroke patient undergoing rehabilitation

    Stroke patients now able to boost brain activity at home

    UniSA researchers have adopted a novel approach to help stroke victims recover greater use of their paralysed limbs, giving patients the chance to re-train their brains at home.


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  • Jaxon Rayner, a MotorX student from the Limestone Regional Sports Academy involved in fitness testing at UniSA's High Performance Lab

    UniSA helps to hone next gen Mt Gambier athletes

    The Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy (LCRSA) has just secured three years of funding to support a joint program with the University of South Australia that will nurture the talents of emerging elite athletes in the Mount Gambier and Limestone Coast region.


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  • A map showing London and Adelaide destinations of new joint degree with UCL

    Data science and energy systems students get the best of two hemispheres

    There is just over a month to go for Australian students who want to apply for entry into two exciting international postgraduate programs in energy systems and data science - and if their application is successful, they could be studying in London this year.


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  • Woman sitting on beach

    SA report card delivers mixed news on skin cancer rates

    South Australians living in coastal and agricultural areas have up to a 31 per cent higher chance of developing the most common cancer in Australia, according to a University of South Australia study published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health today.


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  • Prof Gerald Atkins and Prof Krasimir Vasilev

    Nature and science join forces to fight surgical infections

    South Australian researchers are embarking on a $20 million medical and manufacturing research project which could reduce the chance of infection after orthopaedic surgery, thanks to a little help from the humble dragonfly.


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  • Professor Shudong Wang

    UniSA Professor Shudong Wang honoured at NHMRC awards

    World renowned cancer researcher, UniSA Professor Shudong Wang, was honoured at the National Health and Medical Council’s (NHMRC) annual Research Excellence Awards in Canberra on 27 June, winning the Top Development Grant for 2017.


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  • Two scientists demonstrating an optical data storage platform

    Using light for next generation data storage

    Tiny, nano-sized crystals of salt encoded with data using light from a laser could be the next data storage technology of choice, following research by Australian scientists.


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  • UniSA Chancellor Jim McDowell,UniSA Vice Chancellor Prof David Lloyd, Vice Chancellor of the University of Adelaide Professor Peter Rathjen and Chancellor of the University of Adelaide Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce

    University of Adelaide and University of South Australia agree to explore the creation of a new University

    The Chancellors of the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia today announced that the two universities will explore the merits of a merger to create a new, leading Australian university.


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    2018 SANTOS Tour Down Under overview with Patrick Jonker and Madeleine Steele

    Patrick Jonker and Madeleine Steele preview the Tour stages.

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    The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) to become a university hospital

    In a new partnership, the University of South Australia and Health SA’s Central Adelaide Local Health Network, will be working together to ensure the new-look Queen Elizabeth University Hospital is at the forefront of innovative practice.

    In a new partnership, the University of South Australia and Health SA’s Central Adelaide Local Health Network, will be working together to ensure the new-look Queen Elizabeth University Hospital is...

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    Which Australian mainland city has the most affordable housing?

    New housing figures show that Adelaide is the most affordable capital city in mainland Australia, but there is a downside, as UniSA housing expert Professor Andrew Beer explains

    New housing figures show that Adelaide is the most affordable capital city in mainland Australia, but there is a downside, as UniSA housing expert Professor Andrew Beer explains

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