Quest to put sleep disorders to rest

Poor sleep and sleep disorders have a negative impact on health, productivity and safety of Australians. The cost to the economy of the two most common […]

DNA digs into ochre trails

From the realm of crime scene forensics, ancient artefacts can now be more accurately traced back to their source using the novel approach of microbial DNA […]

Sandy Nelson as she checks the ear of Kirsty Dumoo during the opening of the Wadeye Health Centre, Nov. 9, 2010. Photo: Clive Hyde, PR Handout

Hearing health the focus of new scholarship

A new scholarship worth $15,000 is now being offered to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake the Flinders Master of Audiology. The newly announced […]

Luxury watch with a real nano ring to it

The precision required to engineer elite wristwatches of the highest quality demands particular expertise – which Flinders University has provided for specialist Australian watch company Bausele. […]

New insights into vaccination debate

Governments wielding a ‘big stick’ for compliance is unlikely to solve the problem of making parents vaccinate their children. Flinders University and research colleagues are investigating […]

World of tomb raiders catches international eye

Flinders student Liam McGeagh has received a high commendation in the international Undergraduate Awards for his research on fighting the burgeoning illicit antiquities trade. Enrolled in […]