Zero homelessness in our sights

The goal of functional zero homelessness in Adelaide is inspiring a new research project being led by Flinders University. Functional zero homelessness, an approach currently being […]

Internet addiction can cause personal chaos

Pathological internet addiction that triggers deviant behaviour on social networking sites (SNS) should be recognised as a disorder needing treatment, a Flinders University expert says. Internet […]

Welcome mat out for astronauts

Thousands of scientists, including up to 20 astronauts, are heading to Adelaide for the 2017 international space conference. The Space Industry Association of Australia is hosting […]

Diving into our maritime past

Capturing the power of underwater images will be highlighted during the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology Conference at Flinders University. Flinders University has one of the […]

Nutrition Republic is coming to Flinders

The popular “clean eating” Nutrition Republic is among the new food vendors joining Flinders University, adding to its exceptional range of food options. Renowned for its […]

Fran Callen, Dappled Things (detail), 2017, graphite, biro, colour pencil, watercolour, syntheic polymer paint, gesso, gold leaf, olive stain, beetroot stain, pomegranate stain, tea, wine and eucalyptus sap on watercolour canvas, 130 x 112cm, courtesy the artist and BMG Gallery, Adelaide. Photo: Grant Hancock

Artist’s 216-year voyage into the past

An exhibition of new artworks is on display at Flinders’ Bedford Park campus as the result of the artist’s six-month exploration of Flinders University Art Museum. […]

R U OK? is easy to say

R U OK? Day is part of a national suicide prevention campaign that seeks to encourage a conversation about how those around us, such as our […]

Conference to discuss role of Chinese medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine is a growing industry and South Australia is emerging as potential key supplier of medicine ingredients. The role of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) […]