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    Ultrasound training to save lives in regional SA

    With thousands of soon-to-be mothers across rural and remote Australia missing out on potentially lifesaving antenatal ultrasounds, the University of South Australia (UniSA) is hosting two, two-day intensive workshops for remote midwives and doctors so they can provide basic ultrasound services to their communities as part of The Hospital Research Foundation’s (THRF) Healthy Newborn Project.


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    Caffeine and kids: the no-go combo that’s keeping kids awake

    University of South Australia researchers are calling for parents and clinicians to take stock of children’s diets following new research that shows a casual relationship between primary-aged children’s caffeine intake, poor sleep and difficult daytime behaviour.


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    Farmers wanted to help cultivate new online resource

    Each year the agricultural sector contributes approximately $60 billion to the Australian economy, but farming remains one of Australia’s most physically and psychologically hazardous occupations.


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    Is the tide turning for kid’s fitness?

    A new study led by the University of South Australia’s Dr Grant Tomkinson has found that although children’s cardiorespiratory (CRF) fitness levels declined in the 80s and 90s, they have stabilised since the year 2000.


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  • Google pod for hands free help

    SA university innovation to give back control to people living with disability

    A wireless hand controller designed in collaboration by researchers, students and experts from the University of South Australia, Flinders University and the Women’s and Children’s Hospital to give people with a range of conditions from cerebral palsy to arthritis more control, is about to be commercialised.


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    Aussie kids at a standstill

    As thousands of school children return to classrooms across Australia this week, leading health experts are urging parents and schools to help children become more physically active.


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    UniSA spearheads innovative Ventures in China

    This week, the University of South Australia will become the first Australian university to have a technology transfer office in China’s most vibrant industrial development hub, Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP).


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  • Paul White, Riding for a Reason

    UniSA cancer survivor, rides for a reason in Santos Tour Down Under

    Avid cyclist and time-tabler in the University of South Australia’s School of Engineering, Paul White will join thousands of other amateur cyclists in the Bupa Challenge Tour, at the Santos Tour Down Under – but he will be there as a cancer survivor.


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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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