Research helps things go better than Coke

Obesity, tooth decay and risk of diabetes are among the pitfalls of excessive soft drink consumption which is plaguing communities around the world. Research into managing […]

Dr Alice Gorman receives her prize from UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs in Sydney this week.

National award for science essay

A story linking the ancient and modern story of Woomera and the Nullabor Plain has won a national award for Flinders space and Indigenous archaeology expert […]

Miscarriages of Justice symposium

As the High Court rules on another chapter in the historic Van Beelen case, the Flinders Miscarriages of Justice project continues its 17-year crusade. The most […]

Ponch Hawkes, Margaret and Micky 1976 (detail), from the series 'Our mums and us', gelatin silver print, 17.7 x 12.7 cm, Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection, courtesy of the artist

Last chance to see images of 1970s feminism

The Monash Gallery of Art travelling exhibition, Photography Meets Feminism, is on display at Flinders University City Gallery until 19 November. The works of Australian women […]

High note for Flinders teaching graduate

Music classes build confidence and self-esteem, and Flinders graduate Renée McCarthy is living proof. Her positive and energetic approach to teaching and her students’ wellbeing and […]

Star turn for Fresh Scientists

Flinders researchers in cancer and sleep apnoea will be part of the annual Fresh Science competition in Adelaide next week. Early-career researchers Laura Gell and Dr […]

The loss and return of Namatjira’s legacy

A boomerang donated to Flinders University Art Museum is part of the extraordinary story of the Namatjira copyright battle. The Namatjira family fought for copyright for […]

KI Keisha digs her fossil experience

High school student Keisha Hadland recently swapped life on Kangaroo Island for excavating the fossils of extinct giant kangaroos. The 17-year-old recipient of this year’s James Moore […]