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 […]

Flirty finches live up to their name

Galápagos Islands finches that helped Charles Darwin develop his theory of natural selection are showing clear signs of further evolutionary development. The latest study by researchers […]

Solar car delivers STEM

As the Flinders solar car prepares to start the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, a journey of discovery is heading in the opposite direction. Education students Matthew Siviour […]

Case studies in university excellence

Flinders University has joined a national program of innovation in university teaching. The Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham launched the National Innovation Case Study Collection at […]

Nutrition Republic is coming to Flinders

The popular “clean eating” Nutrition Republic is among the new food vendors joining Flinders University, adding to its exceptional range of food options. Renowned for its […]