When art and science collide

The social impact of technology and the different ways in which it permeates our consciousness is explored in a disarming new exhibition in the Flinders University […]

Tassie tiger and devil do the timewarp

Adelaide fossil hunters have taken a new look at when two early marsupials became extinct on the mainland of southern Australia. They have analysed new radiocarbon […]

Dr Alice Gorman receives her prize from UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs in Sydney this week.

National award for science essay

A story linking the ancient and modern story of Woomera and the Nullabor Plain has won a national award for Flinders space and Indigenous archaeology expert […]

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 […]

Atrial fibrillation is the most common serious cardiac arrhythmia. Photo: J Heuser, creative commons, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Heart-felt help for remote communities

Aboriginal health care and community workers are being trained to use a mobile phone app to check for atrial fibrillation. This project is a collaboration between […]

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 […]