Yellow belly the focus of World Wetlands Day

Flinders’ ecologists have discovered that the DNA of Australia’s wetland fish may hold the ‘golden key’ to saving them from climate change. A team led by Professor […]

New nano ways illuminate future of medicine

The future of improved biomarkers is looking brighter as Flinders University researchers shine a laser light on promising new ‘green’ compounds for medical applications. Streamlining production […]

Cyber warriors tackle rise in crime

With cybercrime costing Australian business an average $400,000 per event, careers in cybersecurity are a strong growth area. “The need for cyber professionals has birthed a […]

PhD takes her mesh to defence space

The use of nanotechnology for targeted drug delivery has seen higher degree researcher Melanie Fuller present at a national defence forum in Melbourne. The molecular science […]

Star alumni shine brightly on world stage

Nine outstanding Flinders University graduates across a wide spectrum of professions form an impressive group of enterprising and innovative thought-leaders to be acknowledged in the University’s […]

A new double degree in Cybersecurity and Criminology will equip students to succeed in a growing industry.

World of opportunity in exciting new courses

Flinders University’s reputation for excellent teaching and research and investment in exceptional student experience has seen it remain a popular choice for prospective students in 2018. […]

Artist's impression of a New Zealand burrowing bat, Mystacina robusta, that went extinct in the 1960s. The new fossil find, Vulcanops jennyworthyae, is an ancient relative of burrowing or short-tailed bats. Illustration by Gavin Mouldey.

Giant extinct bat discovered in NZ

The fossilised remains of a giant burrowing bat that lived in New Zealand millions of years ago have been found by an international team of scientists. […]