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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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  • Dr Marnie Winter

    Blood sample breakthrough good news for pregnant women

    A wide range of fetal genetic abnormalities could soon be detected in early pregnancy thanks to a world-first study led by University of South Australia researchers using lab-on-a-chip, non-invasive technology.


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  • Siemens Business Development Director (Digital Enterprise) Hakan Ozcelik shows the company’s advanced Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software to UniSA student UniSA first-year engineering student Franke Agenbag.

    Largest Australian software grant helps unlock careers for UniSA students

    UniSA students will have access to the software used to design a Maserati, SpaceX rockets and the Mars Curiosity Rover through the largest software grant of its kind in Australia.


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  • Woman sitting on beach

    My cancer is in remission – does this mean I’m cured?

    So you’ve been through cancer treatment and your doctor has called you in for “some good news”. Satisfied, she tells you your cancer is “in remission”.


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  • cracked clay ground

    Research gets to root of Adelaide’s clay cracking conundrum

    A joint UniSA and Salisbury Council research project could help curb a multimillion-dollar damage bill to repair cracked houses and roads across Australia, caused by expansive clay soils.


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  • Felicity Braithwaite demonstrates dry needling, a technique often used in physiotherapy treatments.

    The power of suggestion convinces participants they’ve received acupuncture

    How do you convince someone they have had dry needling when they haven’t? Easy – you use a magician and the power of suggestion.


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  • UniSA's Pridham Hall

    UniSA ascendant in QS world rankings

    The University of South Australia has continued to rise in world university rankings, this year placed at 264 in the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) rankings, in an even larger pool of 1011 assessed institutions globally.


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  • ascending staircase

    UniSA steps up again in THE world rankings

    The University of South Australia continues to grow its reputation as one of the world’s top 250 young universities, moving up six places in the Times Higher Education rankings to 26.


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    Take a look back at a selection of news stories and achievements from the University of South Australia in 2017.

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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.

    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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