HEALTH

Watching TV ‘the worst’ sedentary behaviour for childhood obesity

The simple act of switching on the TV for some downtime could be making a bigger contribution to childhood obesity than people realise, according to new research from UniSA. more

HEALTH

Excessive smartphone use could be causing you back and neck pain more

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Building code debate heats up as Australia swelters more

SOCIAL SCIENCES

Social media can help people say no to tanning more

INSIDE UNISA

From the Vice Chancellor more

INSIDE UNISA

The latest achievements and announcements more

BUSINESS AND LAW

Are Uber, Airbnb and bike sharing schemes just a new form of capitalism? more

SOCIAL SCIENCES

Driverless cars: can we navigate the complexities on the road ahead? more

COMMUNITY

Australia Day awards for our great contributors – Høj and Pridham more

INSIDE UNISA

The prescription that brought 300 future pharmacists to UniSA more

HUMANITIES

Summer school provides Pitjantjatjara language skills more

COMMUNITY

Water safety project helps tackle high drowning rates in Fiji more

NEW BOOKS

The latest books from UniSA researchers more

IN PICTURES

Adelaide Crows AFL Women’s team photo day more

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