Young cancer rates rising in SA

The rising number of young men and women aged under 50 suffering from gastrointestinal cancers – as reflected in a new study in South Australia – […]

Flinders remains in the news

Three years after the remains of Captain Matthew Flinders were re-discovered by archaeologists beneath Euston train station in London, the famed explorer and navigator – who […]

Out of this world experiment lands in space

A world-first – or solar system-first – archaeological project has this week begun on the International Space Station. Led by archaeologists Associate Professor Alice Gorman from […]

Vale Professor Dean Jaensch

Prominent and highly respected political scientist, Emeritus Professor Dean Jaensch AO, has died. He was 85. A highly respected political analyst with expertise in electoral politics, […]

Why Novak Djokovic’s visa debacle matters

Dr Sanzhuan Guo is Senior Lecturer in Law at Flinders University and an international lawyer specialising in human rights & citizenship. The world watched as Novak Djokovic’s […]

Pinpointing disease progression in ALS

An international collaboration led by Flinders University has identified a potential biomarker for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Motor Neuron Disease (MND), providing a […]

Light therapy trials for Parkinson’s

The benefits  of a novel infrared light therapy devices to people living with Parkinson’s will be evaluated in an international research study involving Flinders University in […]

Focus on childhood vision tests

Toddler and young children’s mobility and motor skills – and preschool development – are closely aligned with good vision and eye health. Now international experts in […]