Headstart to careers in STEM

From shipbuilding and defence to medical devices and clean technologies, much anticipation surrounds the future wave of jobs in South Australia – particularly in science, technology, […]

Hidden histories of SA’s Riverland

A new chapter of the fate of Aboriginal communities during the European settlement of South Australia’s Riverland region is being written by Flinders University archaeologists. Supported […]

Lifelong crusade for women abused in war

Human Rights Day takes a special meaning this year for Flinders University Associate Professor Tina Dolgopol. This follows the legal academic’s long campaign for female victims of […]

New med-tech research lab in China

Collaborative research with Shandong Academy of Sciences and Flinders University is expanding with the signing of a heads of agreement to establish the joint International Laboratory […]

Cracking organised crime networks

How do individuals become involved in cybercrime? How can the hidden connections between Australian extremist groups be revealed? Can competition among organised criminal groups result in […]

Strategic Professor in Palaeontology John Long, a Past President of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in the US.

Trump faces ferocious fossil fight

Flinders palaeontologist Professor John Long is part of US legal action over President Donald Trump’s move to downsize the Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears National Monuments sites in Utah. […]