Fellows elected at Academy of Humanities

Veterans of performing arts and maritime archaeology at Flinders have been acknowledged as fellows of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Award-winning academic scholar and theatre […]

Circular economy can drive high-tech jobs

Powering the Change to a Circular Economy is the theme of an Australian-first conference at the Tonsley. The circular economy presents a system of re-use, repurposing […]

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 […]

Miscarriages of Justice symposium

As the High Court rules on another chapter in the historic Van Beelen case, the Flinders Miscarriages of Justice project continues its 17-year crusade. The most […]

The loss and return of Namatjira’s legacy

A boomerang donated to Flinders University Art Museum is part of the extraordinary story of the Namatjira copyright battle. The Namatjira family fought for copyright for […]

Tired teens see the light

Exposing sleepy teens to bright light in the morning can improve their sleep and help them feel more alert during the day, a Flinders University study […]

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 […]

Dromornis stirtoni, illustrated by Brian Choo.

Flightless fowls of a far-flung nature

Not all fowl are chickens and ducks. Australia’s giant mihirungs (Dromornithidae) were flightless fowl that included some of the most massive birds in the world, such […]