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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Salty solution to society’s growing data storage needs

Tiny, nano-sized crystals of salt, encoded with data using light from a laser, could be the next data storage technology of choice, following research by Australian scientists. more

COMMUNITY

Students win as UniSA expands its regional reach more

HEALTH

Lab-on-a-chip able to detect abnormalities during pregnancy more

HEALTH

SA report card delivers mixed news on skin cancer rates more

INSIDE UNISA

From the Vice Chancellor more

INSIDE UNISA

The latest achievements and announcements more

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Dragonfly inspires new fight against surgical infections more

HUMANITIES

The not-school movement helping young people love learning more

HEALTH

Study asks if nuts can make kids smarter more

COMMUNITY

All the world’s a stage for malaria-busting researcher more

INSIDE UNISA

UniSA’s creative revival as new tech-arts fuel industries and innovation more

BUSINESS AND LAW

Tips and tricks from local food and wine experts more

NEW BOOKS

The latest books from UniSA researchers more

INSIDE UNISA

Highlights from the Media Centre more

IN PICTURES

Festival of Ideas and Online Virtual Open Event more

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