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  • Michael Hickinbotham,director of the Hickinbotham Group

    Michael Hickinbotham, director of the Hickinbotham Group, will receive a UniSA honorary doctorate today in recognition of his immense contribution to South Australia across 25 years of innovative, sustainable building development. 


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  • Natasha Stott Despoja

    Women’s rights campaigner and former South Australian Senator, Natasha Stott Despoja, will today be made an honorary doctor of UniSA in recognition of both her parliamentary and post-parliamentary contribution to the community. 


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  • Professor Andy Koronios

    Leading role for UniSA in Australia’s multi-billion smart satellite revolution

    The University of South Australia will play a leading role in one of the most significant space industry research concentrations in Australia when it heads up a new Cooperative Research Centre for Smart Satellite Technologies and Analytics – The SmartSat CRC.


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  • A preview of a film starring local Australian actors produced as part of UniSA Online’s Criminal Justice degree.

    Lights, camera … action! Teaching true crime online

    In novels, on free to air, on demand TV and in podcasts, true crime attracts audiences like bees to a honeypot. And now, thanks to an innovative new film, true crime is making its debut in online learning.


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  • YouTube video where we asked students, staff and graduates from UniSA’s Mount Gambier campus to answer this question.

    Can you describe UniSA in one word?

    We asked students, staff and graduates from UniSA’s Mount Gambier campus to answer this question.


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  • New 3D foot models will play an important part in teaching fourth-year podiatry students about how treat and manage high-risk foot conditions.

    World first 3D printed feet: steps up treatment for diabetics

    It’s gory, sticky and undoubtedly on the nose, but a blend of icing sugar, chicken stock and flexible resin is proving to be the just the right recipe for creating realistic foot ulcers as part of a world-first podiatric training initiative at UniSA.


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  • Solar panels

    $1.2m renewable energy project a win for consumers and industry

    How much difference can five minutes make? Quite a lot, actually, when it comes to weather forecasting.


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  • UniSA's Pridham Hall

    UniSA among the best in the world for University Impact

    The University of South Australia has ranked 22 in the world for overall University Impact in the inaugural Times Higher Education University Impact Ranking, which measures how well universities perform against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).


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