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    Pussycat, Pussycat where have you been? Cat Tracker study to reveal the covert lives of cats.

    Just as the children’s nursery rhyme says, people have long wondered the whereabouts of their feline friends. Now, the covert lives of Australia’s cats are set to be exposed in the University of South Australia’s new national Cat Tracker study, which will go live today.


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  • A spread of mediterranean foods

    New study confirms that healthy diet can treat depression

    A pioneering new study shows that a tasty, Mediterranean-style diet rich in vegetables, legumes, fruit, nuts, fish oil and extra virgin olive oil can improve mental health in people suffering depression.


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  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital

    QEH to become university hospital with more opportunities for students

    The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) will become a leading nursing and allied health university hospital through a new partnership between UniSA and the State Government.


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  • Professor Leah Bromfield received the Telstra Business Women’s Award in the public sector and academia category. Photo courtesy Telstra.

    Why optimism reigns for leading child protection researcher

    As one of Australia’s leading researchers into child protection, Professor Leah Bromfield is transforming attitudes – and lives – in a demanding field.


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  • Australian money

    Why women’s super is more likely to leave them short

    A superannuation system designed around men continues to leave women at a huge disadvantage in retirement, according to a three-year study led by UniSA.


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  • Betty Kontoleon is a solicitor and lecturer with UniSA's School of Law, and also sings for the band Dirt Playground. Photo: David Solm

    Why musicians need to learn to play business

    The music industry can be unforgiving, with artists finding they often need to be as fluent in matters of business and law, as they are in their music. Most prioritise their art, but greater awareness of the legalities can mean the difference between success and frustration, or worse, regret.


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  • Angus Bond and labrador dog

    Genetic technology is ‘changing the way we do medicine’

    Aldgate schoolboy Angus Bond is the human face of the genomic revolution being led by South Australian researchers.


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  • Little girl having measurements of her resting alpha rhythyms

    Quirky things to do with your kids in the school holidays - 1. Be part of a science experiment!

    With school holidays just around the corner, parents may be searching for interesting, educational activities their children can take part in, rather than being bored and restless at home.


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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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    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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