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 […]
Fibre optic cables installed to the Flinders at Tonsley roof and a University building in China are conducting a novel kind of experiment. It has nothing to do with NBN […]
Creating sustainable wastewater recycling systems, conserving vital groundwater supplies and climate ‘action’ are among Flinders Uni expert talks at South Australia’s Water Forum 2017. The Goyder […]
Flinders University is excited to announce that three Flinders researchers have won a total of $1.2m in funding as part of the latest round of Australian […]
Internationally recognised hydrogeologist, Flinders Professor Craig Simmons, has become the 2017 Australian Water Professional of the Year. The prestigious national award honours an individual who has displayed […]
A pioneer in groundwater research and training, Professor Craig Simmons, has won the Premier’s Water Medal for Water Professional of the Year in South Australia.
Freshwater resources beneath the ocean that may play a major role in the future water supply will be part of the focus of a Future Fellowship awarded to Professor Adrian Werner.
The Federal Government’s $1.1 billion innovation investment plan is great news for research and development, says SA Scientist of the Year Professor Craig Simmons.
The battle to recharge urban aquifers is the focus of a two-year international research collaboration between Flinders University and a leading German water ecology institute.