Flinders scientist Professor Luciano Beheregaray is part of an international campaign to reintroduce the mighty giant tortoise to the Galápagos Islands.
New findings by researchers at Flinders have shown the low genetic diversity in a population of the endangered blue whale is due to past natural events rather than recent whaling.
A high resolution paternity test to help combat the illegal carpet python trade is being developed by Flinders University wildlife forensic DNA specialist Sherryn Ciavaglia.
A team of Australian scientists has presented evidence that a new blood test for bowel cancer based on two genes that “leak” into the blood can detect 65 per cent of bowel cancer cases.
Endangered and iconic sea turtles have a record in their DNA pointing to loss of genetic diversity caused by recent human exploitation.
Researchers from Flinders University are on a ground-breaking journey to prove – and prevent – the cancer-causing effects of eating red meat.
A laboratory dedicated to forensic DNA research to be opened at Flinders today will increase South Australia’s capacity in research and postgraduate education in forensic science.
Flinders University’s contribution to solving crime in South Australia and beyond has been further strengthened with SA Government funding for an expanded forensic science program. Flinders […]