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Dr Kate Raynes-Goldie

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Study finds alcohol advertising rules may fail to protect Australian kids

09-Nov-2018 Regulations introduced to restrict the placement of alcohol advertising are unlikely to reduce young people’s exposure to alcohol marketing in Australia, new research led by Curtin University has found. The research, published in the Drug and Alco ... more...

More than intelligence needed for success in life

06-Nov-2018 Research carried out at the University of Adelaide and the University of Bristol has examined long-held beliefs that success in school and careers is due to more than just high intelligence. Non-cognitive skills are also important. The study, published ... more...

“Robust” corals primed to resist coral bleaching

06-Nov-2018 A world-first study has revealed that “robust” reef-building corals are the only known organisms in the animal kingdom to make one of the “essential” amino acids, which may make them less susceptible than other corals to global warmi ... more...

Modelling a future fuelled by sustainable energy

06-Nov-2018 University of Adelaide economists have modelled the transition from a world powered by fossil fuels to one in which sustainable sources supply all our energy needs. Dr Raul Barreto, Senior Lecturer from the University’s School of Economics, has ex ... more...

Trapping atoms, not space ships, with tractor beams

06-Nov-2018 University of Adelaide researchers have delved into the realm of Star Wars and created a powerful tractor beam – or light-driven energy trap – for atoms. Rather than sucking space-ships into a space-station, this tractor beam pulls atoms int ... more...