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  • The artwork on the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) hoodie design for 2019 was designed by former UniSA AIME mentee Iteka Ukarla Sanderson-Bromley.

    Hoodie culture a winner for Aboriginal artist

    For young Adnyamathanha, Narungga and Yarliyandi woman, Iteka Ukarla Sanderson-Bromley being the designer of the star hoodie for the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) 2019 National Hoodie Day, is a privilege.


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  • Woman using wifi at the airport

    Using free public wifi could be putting you at risk of cyber attack

    Smartphone users desperate to conserve their mobile data are leaving themselves wide open to cyber attacks by accessing unsecured public wifi networks.


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  • Research by UniSA PhD candidate Vanika Sharma has found that batteries which store energy from rooftop solar are now able to pay for themselves within the warranty period.

    Why you should now be thinking about batteries for your rooftop solar

    With the boom in rooftop solar in recent years, a growing number of consumers are considering battery storage options in order to become less dependent on the main power grid.


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  • Corporal Martin Robinson.

    War veterans tap into their creative side at UniSA

    A pilot rehabilitation program at UniSA is forcing returned soldiers out of their comfort zones, using acting, singing and poetry as an outlet to express themselves.


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  • Dr Viraj Perera

    Malaysia’s top commercialisation influencer to steer UniSA Ventures

    Named by the International Business Review Magazine as one of Malaysia’s top 60 economic influencers, Dr Viraj Perera has been appointed to lead UniSA Ventures, the University’s highly successful commercialisation operation.


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  • Young children

    Problematic sexual behaviour among young children raises concerns for educators

    A national survey by University of South Australia researchers has exposed serious gaps in the ability of early childhood teachers, primary educators and carers to identify and respond to young children displaying “problematic sexual behaviours”.


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  • Super Mario; one of the games to be played at a gaining marathon at MOD. this week

    MOD. hosts Australia’s longest gaming speedrun marathon

    Australia’s longest continuous speedrun marathon is set to take off at MOD. this week and it promises to be a fast and furious ride for the 45 video-game enthusiasts who are travelling to Adelaide from around the country to take part.


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  • old woman taking medicine

    Stop your meds and start your decline: preventive drugs press pause on frailty in older Australians

    Older Australians are being cautioned to consult their doctor before stopping the use of preventive medicines in a bid to reduce frailty and adverse health outcomes among older people.


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