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Flinders elevates its city presence at Festival Tower
Pandemic’s ‘silver linings’
Gut medication hindering lung cancer treatment
South Australian business leaders appointed to SAFC Board
Resilience and trauma in police force
Soft food diet increases risks for captive animals
Common medication hindering lung cancer treatment
Face mask warning as SA borders open
Harder foods make for stronger skulls, giving hand-reared animals best chance of survival in wild
Port lincoln desal plant sham continues
Creating sustainable Australian chemical manufacturing industry
New study revises fossil discovery
Suicides fall during pandemic
More ambulance crews sign up to get SA COVID-ready
Reds and Flinders strengthen ties to support women’s ambitions
Making sleep device fit, not miss
Russia’s anti-satellite missile test threatened both international space station and peaceful use of outer space
Call for action on school retention rates
Climate change challenge to ancient sites
Sex on beach can leave mark
Making sleep device fit
Sex on beach might be fun for people – but it’s bad for dunes and wildlife
Improving support after young stroke
White sharks can easily mistake swimmers or surfers for seals
Calculating dangerous heartbeat
Green energy to fore at Tonsley
Rare boomerang collection reveals diverse past
How robots can rule roads
South Australian education institutions to collaborate for return of international students
QUT researchers recipients of more than $2M in NHMRC Ideas grants
Innovative health projects receive funding boost
Rare boomerangs used by ancestors of Yandruwandha Yawarrawarrka people dated at ANSTO
Rare boomerang collection from South Australia finds diverse past
High demand for more eating disorders research
MoU to boost allied health professionals in Riverland
Shipwreck Batavia reveals secrets of 17th century Dutch seafaring domination
Shipwreck reveals secrets of 17th century Dutch seafaring domination
WA shipwreck finds secrets of 17th -century Dutch seafaring domination
Support for child welfare and health studies
ARC funding reshaping humanities through Indigenous creative arts
Sleep in children with autism
New Discovery Indigenous projects leading innovative research
Covid risks explained with new tool
New tool for vaccine risk
Fresh concerns for wetlands
Exhibition sheds light on Indigenous women’s domestic servitude
Fran Kelly departs ABC RN Breakfast after 17 years
Reducing risk of using AI tech