Can a happy gut help the mind?

Research is supporting the idea that eating a balanced diet and promoting gut health can optimise brain function and mood. Nutrition plays a vital role in […]

Social media can help children

Constructively using social media and online chatrooms may help Australian school students rise in international PISA rankings, according to a Flinders University expert in teacher education. […]

Promising results for new PTSD therapy

More participants are needed for development of an expanded treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Flinders University researchers are conducting a PTSD therapy trial which aims […]

Defence research supports national security

Flinders University will play key roles in two new national defence research programs – one with the first Counter Improvised Threats Grand Challenge and others under […]

School’s out for autism teachers

Up to 50 schools are better equipped to teach children living with autism as a result of a State Government-funded program at Flinders University. The special […]

We are Panthers: hear us roar

Flinders University is sponsoring a new senior women’s football program to help develop the elite talent pathway for female players. The announcement comes as Flinders enters its […]

True locals make Coffin Bay their home

When dolphins are in a safe, bountiful environment, they don’t venture far – despite having the capability to range over vast ocean distances. And within such […]

Headstart to careers in STEM

From shipbuilding and defence to medical devices and clean technologies, much anticipation surrounds the future wave of jobs in South Australia – particularly in science, technology, […]