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    New state-wide anti-bullying initiative backed by local research

    University of South Australia bullying expert, Associate Professor Barbara Spears has commended the State Government’s new community approach to bullying behaviour, saying the policy initiative, Connected - A community approach to Bullying Prevention within the school grates and Beyond, is ground-breaking in its approach.


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    New solution to elderly falls: drones, smartphones and sensors

    Drones, smartphones and sensors could provide a lifeline to the world’s growing elderly population at risk of falls, helping to cut global hospital costs.


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    A midnight snack might be the key to working overnight

    Eating a snack just after midnight might the best way for shiftworkers to power through the night, according to new research by UniSA.


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  • A blooming mini-brain by Dr Mariana Oksdath Mansilla.

    Sixteen images that will change how you view research

    There is always more to a photograph than what is first observed. Images often tell a story and lead viewers on a journey of discovery and awe.


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  • UniSA students participating in the 2018 UniSA Community Sleepout in Hoj Plaza, City West campus. Adelaide’s overnight temperature has been as low as 2.5C this month.

    Students and staff to provide a ‘hand up’ to help the homeless

    More than 116,000 Australians sleep rough each night of the year – and UniSA students and staff are joining forces to support them.


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  • Dragonfly

    Ancient predators inspire visionary research

    Insects are inspiring University of South Australia researchers to create new technology based on their extraordinary vision.


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    Study indicates causal link between obesity and multiple diseases

    A new UniSA study presents the strongest evidence yet of a causal relationship between obesity and a wide range of serious conditions, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and neurological, musculoskeletal and respiratory afflictions.


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  • UniSA Master's student Karlee Naumann tracks underwater movements during a participant immersion session

    Immersion therapy – UniSA on the hunt to measure the benefits

    There is something magical about watching someone who usually requires the use of a wheelchair, set free underwater and held there, safe, breathing underwater on SCUBA and able to move in ways that gravity confines on dry land.


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