Underwater magic: How to film camera-shy fish

Accurately recording the number and diversity of species in marine parks or commercial fisheries helps with monitoring and management of important Australian habitats. With that in mind, Flinders […]

Scaling 70m years of reptile history

New analysis of a fossil lizard has helped close the 70-million-year gap in the fossil record on the origins of lizards and snakes. Snakes and lizards […]

New directions in aged care in Australia

Flinders University researchers are advocating a better quality of life for residents in aged care facilities. A new Flinders University study has found that living within […]

Music elective enhances medicine studies

Studying medicine can leave minimal time for personal development or creative pursuits, but diversion into the arts can have many benefits for budding doctors, as students […]

Collaboration with BAE for defence jobs

A new alliance between BAE Systems Australia and Flinders University aims to train the shipbuilding workforce of the future. The agreement will see students and industry […]

Environmental health master tackles shortage

The growing field of environmental health has received a boost, with Flinders’ Master of Environmental Health program receiving accreditation from Australia’s environmental health organisation Environmental Health […]