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 […]

Zombies and Vikings make learning fun

Beware – the ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ will return to Flinders Bedford Park next year. Using theoretically-grounded techniques, the new course put science students to the survival test […]

Vital videos build our community

At the start of the bushfire alert season, a timely visual reminder has gone out to attract and support new CFS volunteers. The Country Fire Service […]

Showcase of Italian expertise in space

An Italian Space Technology exhibition has opened at Flinders Victoria Square in Adelaide. It will be open to the public until 14 January 2018. Organised by […]

Ship Shapes – archaeology goes Dutch

Maritime archaeologists from Flinders will use 3D scanning to map in fine detail some of the last remaining 17th and 18th century scale model ships in […]

Fellows elected at Academy of Humanities

Veterans of performing arts and maritime archaeology at Flinders have been acknowledged as fellows of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Award-winning academic scholar and theatre […]

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 […]