Are your squabbling kids driving you mad? Sibling rivalry is ‘developmentally normal'
UniSC researcher, Rachael Sharman explores squabbling behaviour and sibling rivalry with some helpful insights for parents and families.
Picky eating research aims to help family mealtimes
UniSC researchers have identified the most common external factors likely to increase or decrease picky eating in children under 10.
USC has some of the most advanced facilities in Australia. Modern laboratories and equipment and specialist simulated environments facilitate collaboration, experimentation and simulation,
Explore USC's $24M sports stadium and sporting precinct, fully equipped, laboratories, simulation suites, commercial kitchens and more.
Scholarship boost for prosthetic technicians
The profession of prosthetists and orthotists is growing and new scholarships will help students, like Taylor, to study and transform lives in this rewarding field.
Aspiring doctor seals pathway with perfect GPA
Melanie Richmond graduated from a Bachelor of Biomedical Science with a perfect grade point average of 7 and is now studying to become a doctor.
Medical students join COVID testing effort
Medical Laboratory Science students and graduates are helping the pathology industry meet escalating demand during the pandemic.