After two years of prepaediacara-seabed-girlration, the South Australian Museum will be ready to offer a new, digital, hands-on experience in its renovated First Life Ediacara Fossils Gallery: a window into the oldest complex life known on the planet.
d’Arenberg officially launched its new solar photovoltaic (PV) generator this month.
Testing – disregard.
July 15, 2013 | Posted in Technology
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Adelaide’s Digital Strategy is here, and the future is looking great …
Former Adelaidians Georgia Wright and Huayi Huang are taking the online shopping world by storm with their online boutique.
Queensland and New South Wales have long boasted their Apple stores to the other Australian states, but it looks like 2013 could be the year that Adelaide finally gets one of their own!
A former milk factory in historic Port Adelaide is aiming to become the nation’s greenest commercial office building thanks to fuel cell technology.
The Victorian Space Science Education Centre (VSSEC) has today formally announced the launch of a multi-city Australian program including Adelaide as part of the NASA-convened International Space Apps Challenge to be held worldwide on 21-22 April 2012.
Adelaide City Council is improving disability access to library resources, by providing homebound clients with impaired mobility and vision equal access to the library’s vast e-collection of more than 10,000 digital titles.
For some, blogging is nothing but a shameless form of self-promotion. And while it is, Adelaide has never bought into it. We don’t have the ‘laneway’ culture that Melbourne has nor the pretension of Sydney. From my years of stalking (i.e. closely reading) Adelaide blogs, I’ve found that Adelaide bloggers are essentially driven by passion, confidence and the ease that comes with building a recognizable self-brand in our small city.