Visionary bone damage study

A novel way to pinpoint and illuminate bone damage promises to make X-rays more efficient at diagnosing bone and other injuries, Flinders University researchers say. The […]

Flinders alumni making a big impact

For the first time, early career researchers – specialising in areas from body image and eating disorders to shark ecology and Indigenous archaeology – are among […]

Young guns of STEM research win scholarships

Advanced projects by 10 outstanding Flinders University students will receive vital support from this year’s Playford Memorial Trust Scholarship program. Playford Trust scholarships and awards aim […]

Solving the mammal brain size puzzle

A new study has revealed a surprising lack of support for widely-held explanations of why some mammals evolve larger brains than expected for their body size. […]

Exoskeleton trial for use in shipyards

Naval Group is partnering with Flinders University researchers collaboration to test the use of exoskeletons in shipbuilding. The study started in July, 2020 as part of […]

Concerns about judgement of autistic adults

Autistic adults can be wrongly perceived as deceptive and lacking credibility, Flinders University researchers say, with this working against many caught in the legal system. In […]

When rock art meets machine learning

Rock art of human figures created over thousands of years in Arnhem Land has been put through a transformative machine learning study to analyse style changes […]