Latest University of South Australia News

Trains and buses face huge challenges to accommodate anxious commuters as cycling and walking gain favour
Total revamp needed to secure future of Aussie tourism
SA scientists identify obscure protein responsible for advanced breast cancer
Masonic Charities funding boost SA’s online mental health lifeline for all Australians
Augmented reality helps teens tackle anxiety, head on
New work hopes to help address ‘shocking tale of neglect’ in Australia’s aged care sector
UniSA and UOW join forces to build AI capability for Defence
UniSA leads community engagement with ARC Linkage Grants
Harness artificial intelligence and take control your health
UniSA’s new Industry 4.0 Testlab ready to help industry fire up post COVID-19 isolation
Next-gen nano technologies to tackle infection and diagnose disease
New wearable devices set to diagnose medical conditions such as preeclampsia, epilepsy and heart attacks
UniSA wins $7.8m for new research to prevent infections, diagnose medical conditions and improve aged care
Promising signs in fight against drug-resistant superbugs
Parliament watchdog frowns on plans to share facial recognition data
UniSA research shows promising signs in fight against drug-resistant superbugs
Rebuilding Australia’s creative industries after COVID-19: More than an economic imperative
Managing mental health with yoga
Mastering defence systems engineering at UniSA
$7 million investment to unite genomics research in SA
UniSA joins global hunt to find key molecule to block COVID-19
Genomics Centre sets SA as leader in field
Binge drinkers beware, Drunkorexia is calling
Remembering Bob – game changing PM, peacemaker and champion for social justice
Excess coffee consumption a culprit for poor health
200 years after Florence Nightingale’s birth, nurses are on front line, battling a silent killer
South Australia to lead $3.4 million study into genomic causes of pregnancy loss
Raise your glass: new nanotech clears haze from white wine
UniSA Business secures another leading international endorsement
Globalisation cause and cure for COVID-19
Over $33 million to boost genomics research into cancers and to combat children’s diseases
New website helps older people stay active at home
High density imaging offers solution to counterfeiting
Surgical instruments wrongly left inside a patient may not be detected for more than
Use it or lose it: Website helps older people stay active at home
Home gardens set to save households $250 a year
Upskilling aged care sector for a big future beyond COVID-19
UniSA research uncovers treatment combo that sees smokers six times more likely to stop smoking and stay smoke-free
Has a $60 billion hit to our economy been worth it?
HRM practices a predictor for business resilience after layoffs
Covid-19 reveals both a gaping hole and a silver lining in Australia’s manufacturing sector
Virgin collapse may signal start of new era for aviation industry – and it’s not all doom and gloom
Aussie veterans find new verve for life through art therapy
UA welcomes South Australian support package for international students
UniSA researcher joins new $36m national program to preserve Antarctic
$13.8m for SA’s international education sector
UniSA to offer short course in aged care to help upskill Australians in critical areas post Covid-19
UniSA’s new Director of Research and Innovation Services to provide solidarity and leadership