News and information for students
The AgTech Hackathon 2019 will help you develop your idea, assess its potential and explore ways of creating it over 1 full day and 2 half days
A project exploring the benefits of edible insects in the Australian diet is available under The University of Adelaide-CSIRO Industry PhD Program. Applications accepted up to 30 September 2019.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) partnerships are mutualisms between an estimated two-thirds of plants species and microscopic fungi that are ubiquitous in soils
Thirty PhD students and two academic staff from Nanjing Agricultural University in China recently visited the University of Adelaide on a three-week study tour. The students where hosted by local families for the duration of their visit with the home…
Applications are now open for Hart’s 2020 Regional Internship in Applied Grains Research, offering graduate students one year training in applied grains R&D. May be of particular interest to current third year Ag and honours students.
Science is a human endeavour- crossing, national, cultural and continental divides. A dynamic display of the travels and stories that have brought scientists to the Waite campus.
Travelling to conferences, journeying across continents for resources, …
A five week program has been exclusively designed for the Department of Education’s South Australian Aboriginal Secondary Training Academy (SAASTA), and Wirltu Yarlu from Why Waite and the School of Agriculture Food and Wine.
Want help with your written assignments? Having trouble getting started? Not sure if your writing is on the right track? Want to improve your skills? English not your first language? Waite campus has a new Pop-Up Writing Centre!
We are looking for participants to take part in a new study on how sound might affect the perception of wine characters. Sessions available Fri 2nd, Mon 5th & Tuesday 6th August at the Waite campus
The Waite Campus Library will begin a trial self-service library initiative in Semester 2, 2019. Beginning Monday 29 July, the library will require University ID card access for students and staff.