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  • Bob Hawke

    UniSA honours a leader that shaped our nation - Robert James Lee Hawke 1929 – 2019

    The University of South Australia, home to The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, celebrates the life and work of former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke who died today...


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  • Gracie, 8, Georgina, 10 and Akira, 9 hanging on the trapeze at Cirkidz Circus school, Adelaide.

    The art of circus: Cartwheeling kids to better mental health

    From tightrope to trapeze, circus arts have long fascinated and inspired people of all ages. Now, research from UniSA is revealing the true value of circus skills and their unique ability to deliver significant mental health benefits for Australian children.


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  • Engineering students now have access to the same equipment used by industry.

    Engineering students’ future careers through upgraded facilities

    Engineering students have returned to study in newly-upgraded facilities that are designed to better prepare them for their future careers.


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  • Man sleeping

    Are you getting enough sleep?

    Sleep – it’s as essential as breathing and as crucial as eating. But are we getting enough shut-eye?


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  • A bowl of chicken soup

    Chicken soup - does it do more than soothe the soul?

    As the weather gets colder, families and especially children are likely to come down with colds, sore throats, and runny noses.


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  • Venture Catalyst Space 2018 cohort with MP David Pisoni, panel, Jasmine Vreudgenburg and Terry Gold.

    UniSA graduates first cohort of space industry innovators

    Last night, five companies graduated from the State’s first space incubator program, (Venture Catalyst Space) at the 7th South Australian Space Forum, well on their way to establishing their space ventures in South Australia.


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  • AFL players contesting a mark.

    Defence and the bench: the cause of dwindling Football scores

    When fans assemble to watch their favourite footy teams battle, they hope for a heart-stopping, high scoring affair that keeps them on the edge of their seat and on the brink of spilling their beer. This has failed to be the case on more and more occasions in recent times with statistics showing decreased average scoring in many football codes.


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  • Jim McDowell

    Champion of education, Jim McDowell recognised for his service

    South Australia’s most senior public servant and former UniSA Chancellor, Jim McDowell, will today be awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of South Australia for his services to education.


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      The University of South Australia Cancer Research Institute’s Professor John Hayball and Professor Shudong Wang are working with industry to develop new anti-cancer drugs and vaccines.

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      Australia's worst drought in living memory is not only taking a huge toll on the land, animals and livelihoods of rural communities.

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