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  • UniSA Deputy Vice Chancellor, Nigel Relph and Dassault Systèmes Managing Director for Asia Pacific South, Masaki Sox Konno seal a strategic education partnership.

    UniSA joins with Dassault Systèmes to give students a 3DEXPERIENCE in engineering education

    The University of South Australia is joining forces with Dassault Systèmes to give students a leading edge in 3D engineering design and simulation.


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  • Pridham Hall’s underground swimming pool is now available for use.

    New sporting facilities, cancer research hub and MOD. open

    Close to $300 million of new facilities for UniSA students, staff and the wider community have officially opened this month.


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  • UniSA Director: Defence Matt Opie in the cockpit of a Royal Australian Air Force C130-J Hercules en route to Malaysia on Exercise Boss Lift.

    Why should businesses support volunteering?

    Unexpected downpours recently took Adelaide by surprise, drenching the city in 8mm of rain over 15 minutes. The storm caused severe flooding, property damage and evacuations, requiring help from the volunteer-based State Emergency Service (SES).


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  • people exercising

    I go to the gym every day. Why can’t I lose weight?

    Liz is a typical 50-something woman, fit, 70kg, 30 per cent body fat. She goes to the gym every day, and runs for 35 minutes on the treadmill at 10km/h. But, as she tells me rather often, she can’t lose weight. So what’s going on here: is it Liz, or is it the universe conspiring against her?


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  • You can now visit MOD. on the ground floor of UniSA’s Cancer Research Institute on North Terrace, next to Morphett Street Bridge. Admission is free.

    Take a look inside UniSA’s new future focused museum

    One of the most ambitious new museums in the country has opened its doors to the public and is set to challenge everything people expect from the “museum” experience.


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  • Aerial drone flying over wheat field

    Smart drones and deep learning deliver low-cost precision agriculture for Aussie farmers

    New aerial drone technology could change the landscape of Australia’s billion-dollar wheat industry by delivering cost-effective mechanisms for farmers to plan and deliver precise water and nutrients to their crops on a need-by-need basis.


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  • UniSA's Pridham Hall

    Pridham Hall launched and ready for some sporting action

    Hot on the heels of two weeks of special graduation ceremonies, Pridham Hall will be officially launched at 10 am today with an Aboriginal smoking ceremony and the unveiling of a plaque involving all the key champions for the construction of the Hall.


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  • Students at uni open day

    Year 12s need more support to choose what to study at uni

    A study by all three South Australian universities has found Year 12 students need more individualised support to help them decide what to study at 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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