University of Adelaide

University of Adelaide

University of Adelaide

Date Founded



University of Adelaide,Adelaide, South Australia (SA) 5005

Company Description

The University of Adelaide is a public university in Adelaide, South Australia. Established in 1874,

Executives & Employees

Consultant to the Executive Dean, Faculty of the Professions

Head, Politics Department

Director-International Center Financial Services

Course Director of Master of Marine Engineering

Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice President (Research)

Vice Chancellor

Leader, Life Sciences Group

Research Professor

Board of Directors

Executive Chairman at E&A Ltd.

Distinguished Alumni
Lay Koon Tan is now Former President at Flex Ltd.
Siang Keat Lim is now Executive Chairman at APS Asset Management Pte Ltd.
Roger William Dobson is now Partner at Jones Day
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University of Adelaide /School of Petroleum purchases National Centre for Petroleum Geology & Geopysics from University of Adelaide resulting in a new company Australian School Of Petroleum

Advisors & Consultants
Legal Advisor
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RHS Subsidiary Pty Ltd. engages in the development of patented technology for single cell chromosome analysis. It has developed a robust and simple whole genome amplification polymerase chain reaction (PCR) system and microarray to accurately and reliably screen the number of chromosomes present in a single human cell. The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Thebarton, Australia.

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