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 […]

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 […]

Kids ‘hooked’ on sweets and fries

In the war on childhood obesity, social conditioning and advertising is winning the hearts and minds of children who link snack and junk food with ‘fun [...]

Leading record of performing arts in jeopardy

The world’s largest directory of Australian stage performances is under threat as financial support for its ongoing development becomes tenuous in an uncertain funding environment. AusStage, […]

Privacy issues raised on driverless cars

As driverless cars head for our roads, queries about data privacy joins safety and insurance liability as another key area of legal concern. South Australia leads […]

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. […]

Rehab device to help this sporting life

An Adelaide invention that communicates sport injury rehabilitation in real time is set for more trials and export markets. The prototype, delivered through Flinders University’s innovative […]