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. […]

Graduation citations for leaders in their fields

Leading women and men in the fields of mining, medicine and business were recognised with special citations at Flinders University’s recent graduation ceremonies. BHP’s Principal Geometallurgist […]

Professor Corey Bradshaw (left) dives into the Spencer Gulf to see giant cuttlefish aggregate in SA waters.

Ecologist heads for top biology award

Matthew Flinders Fellow in Global Ecology, Professor Corey Bradshaw, is the recipient of the 2017 Verco Medal. The Royal Society of South Australia medal is awarded […]

Intrepid Investigator eyes next challenge

The first Flinders University passenger car in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge is heading back to Adelaide for further development. After passing its safety checks and […]

UN plan supports Timor-Leste youth

Flinders demographers are already seeing results from their UN research project in Timor-Leste. The recently launched One-Stop-Shop for Youth Centre in Dili is a new initiative […]

Helping Holden workers over the line

After Toyota and Ford, the closure of Holden on October 20 marks the end of car manufacturing in Australia. In the leadup to the gates closing […]

Warning on reptile handling

Is there a salmonella infection risk for humans who come into contact with pet lizards and snakes? While reported cases related to lizards and snakes are […]

Doors open with driverless trials at Tonsley

Autonomous (driverless) vehicles are steering new career pathways for South Australians, including for Flinders University student Alysse McDonald. The 20-year-old electronic engineering student has landed a […]