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 […]

Roadblocks in mental health practice

Clinical factors stand in the way of better mental health care, according to new research led by Flinders. The research project led by Professor Eimear Muir-Cochrane, Chair […]

Lizards share more than love

Research led by Flinders University for the past 35 years is building a picture of how sleepy lizard behaviour determines their health and survival. Conservation of […]

DNA digs into ochre trails

From the realm of crime scene forensics, ancient artefacts can now be more accurately traced back to their source using the novel approach of microbial DNA […]

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 […]