For almost a century, the people of the Kutjungka region of WA have passed on the testimony of massacres of their ancestors at Sturt Creek. Now […]
Tens of thousands are likely to be saved by an early blood test for recurrent bowel cancer – a test case in commercialisation of Australian research. […]
Leading Australian hydrogeologists say the proposed $500 million pipeline from the Murray River to Broken Hill will deliver much more expensive water than closer, plentiful high-quality […]
Pioneering cancer research at Flinders has led to development of a new blood test called Colvera, which is in the shortlist for a national Eureka science […]
Seaweed-lobster jelly that helps children get more calcium is just one of several products set to roll out from Flinders University biomedical research team. A new […]
CSIRO senior scientists will join forces with Flinders researchers to bring a new health product from the lab to market.
Port Adelaide, one of South Australia’s industrial heartlands, also has a high environmental value, a Flinders University planning conference will hear this week.
Nearly a third of South Australians will be not just fat, but obese by 2019. That’s the prediction in today’s (Friday 4 September) ‘Australia New Zealand Journal of Public Health’ (ANZJPH).
Professor John Arkwright and Associate Professor Phil Dinning have led a multi-disciplinary team to win the Sir William Hudson Award for developing a novel fibre-optic manometry catheter.