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  • Associate Professor Ivan Kempson uses a confocal microscope to image structures and features inside individual cells. Photo by David Solm.

    Scientifically engineered nanoparticles to improve treatment for cancer

    UniSA researchers have found a way to get scientifically engineered microscopic molecules to attach to cancer tumours to increase the effectiveness of radiotherapy – a major milestone it is hoped will lead to increased survival rates with fewer side effects from treatment.


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  • UniSA’s Dr Colin Hall, LaserBond’s Peter Mutty and Boart Longyear’s Peter Kanck with a “Down-The-Hole” drill bit at the field trial at Brukunga in the Adelaide Hills.

    How to solve a $30bn ‘wear and tear’ problem for Aussie mining

    UniSA researchers are working with the mining industry to tackle a $30 billion national problem – wear and tear.


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  • A French train driver being guided by the UniSA developed iPad app, which helps them efficiently drive high-speed TGV trains. The speedometer shows the train’s speed approaching 300km/h.

    iPad app for French trains named crème de la crème

    An iPad app developed by UniSA researchers is helping high-speed train drivers in France to drive more efficiently and by doing so helping the national rail operator save millions of Euros in energy costs – and earning them a major award.


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  • Counselling services at UniSA.

    UniSA’s new leader of counselling puts the focus on student education and empowerment

    UniSA has appointed Accredited Mental Health Social Worker and former Associate Dean of Flinders Living, Narelle Lieschke as its new Manager: Counselling.


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  • Two construction workers talk over lunch

    Suicide education program gives meaning to mateship

    New research from the University of South Australia has shown the MATES in Construction (MIC) program, designed to turn around the very high incidence of suicide in the construction industry, is having an impact.


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  • Linh Duong with her winning poster.

    Family’s refugee story helps student design award winning poster

    A second generation Australian whose parents fled Vietnam in search of a better life has used her parents’ story as inspiration for an award-winning poster that aims to tackle some of the stereotypes about refugees.


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  • Islamic school children in classroom.

    Islamic Schooling Conference breaking new ground

    Director of UniSA’s Centre for Islamic Thought and Education (CITE), Professor Mohamad Abdalla says the Islamic schooling conference being held at Mt Lofty House, Adelaide, next week will be a watershed event for the education sector.


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  • map of Asia-Pacific region

    UniSA debuts at 36 in THE Asia-Pacific University Rankings

    The Times Higher Education’s first ranking of universities in the Asia-Pacific has placed UniSA at 36 in a field of 243 higher education institutions in the region.


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    Team UniSA took out the Winning Team Award

    Congratulations to Team UniSA-Australia, taking out the Winning Team Award in the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under. Great job guys.

    Congratulations to Team UniSA-Australia, taking out the Winning Team Award in the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under. Great job guys.

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    UniSA 2016 News Highlights

    Take a look back at a selection of news stories and achievements from the University of South Australia in 2016.

    Take a look back at a selection of news stories and achievements from the University of South Australia in 2016.

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    Graduate’s great gift launches UniSA’s Pridham Hall

    Watch the full presentation here: https://youtu.be/pr3_6VrDBq8 The Pridham Foundation, which administers the philanthropic giving by the family of UniSA graduate Andrew Pridham, has presented a $5 million gift to the University of South Australia to support its new great hall, now under construction in the Adelaide CBD’s Hindley Street. Acknowledging this as the largest single private donation in the University’s 25-year history, UniSA Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd says the signature building, housing multipurpose sports and graduation venues, will be now be known as Pridham Hall. The importance of the Pridham philanthropic gift is being further recognised by the State Government, which will augment the donation with an additional $1 million to create two new perpetual scholarship programs. The two scholarships are the Elite Athlete Scholarship – supporting high-achieving sportspeople to attain their university education at UniSA - and the Goodes O’Loughlin UniSA GO Scholarship - recognising outstanding academic merit by high-achieving Aboriginal students seeking to study at the University in a range of programs and expanding the work of Adam Goodes’ and Mick O’Loughlin’s GO Foundation.

    Watch the full presentation here: https://youtu.be/pr3_6VrDBq8 The Pridham Foundation, which administers the philanthropic giving by the family of UniSA graduate Andrew Pridham, has presented a $5...

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    Adam Goodes signs Indigenous Defence Consortium MoU with University of South Australia

    The University of South Australia and the Indigenous Defence Consortium (IDC) formalised a new collaboration designed to advance and support business and education opportunities in the defence industries for new generations of Aboriginal leaders. UniSA Vice Chancellor, Professor David Lloyd, and CEO of Indigenous Defence Consortium, Adam Goodes signed a memorandum of understanding that will see UniSA support skills development through its educational offerings in areas such as science and systems engineering, right through to business administration, supply chain management, business marketing and growth and entrepreneurship.

    The University of South Australia and the Indigenous Defence Consortium (IDC) formalised a new collaboration designed to advance and support business and education opportunities in the defence...

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