HEALTH

Yes please to yoghurt and cheese: The new improved Mediterranean diet

Thousands of Australians can take heart as new research from UniSA shows a dairy-enhanced Mediterranean diet will significantly increase health outcomes for those at risk of cardiovascular disease – and it’s even more effective than a low-fat diet. more

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

UniSA welcomes a powerhouse in space partnership more

HEALTH

Breast screening vastly reduces risk of cancer death more

HEALTH

Keep slapping on that sunscreen and ignore toxic claims more

INSIDE UNISA

From the Vice Chancellor – Blink and you'll miss it more

INSIDE UNISA

The latest achievements and announcements more

HEALTH

Adelaide’s historic link to X-ray discovery comes full circle more

Read the latest edition of unisabusines to engage in a conversation about the nuances of international trade and export, strategies for overseas growth, and ethical responsibilities within a global market.
HEALTH

Aussie kids – a hop, skip and jump away from better health and fitness more

COMMUNITY

The Duke of York embraces UniSA’s spirit of innovation more

COMMUNITY

UniSA and AnglicareSA establishing research centre to drive social change more

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Building brand ‘peace’ and fighting for it – new exhibition opens at MOD. more

INSIDE UNISA

Joel, Jack and Joshua set sights on Japan, Korea and China more

COMMUNITY

Team UniSA-Australia 2019 teams unveiled more

INSIDE UNISA

UniSA researchers awarded almost $300k for projects into children’s health more

The transferable skills employers look for more

Watch the year that was – highlights from 2018 more

IN PICTURES

UniSA Partner Week and Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan launch more

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