New insights on childhood glaucoma

Children and adolescents living with glaucoma develop a high level of emotional and social resilience to cope with this rare chronic eye condition, a new Flinders […]

Snapper study finds three populations

New research on snapper has revealed that there are more genetically distinct populations in the western part of its Australian range than previously understood. The research, led by […]

Call to manage satellite ‘traffic’

Rapidly evolving technology and space debris reported in several places around the world – including pieces of a Chinese Long March 5B Rocket in the Indian […]

Hurdles for abortion services in SA

Even before the pandemic, access to safe abortion was unequal in South Australia. Now Flinders University researchers warn that delivery of high quality, safe abortion services […]

Swell idea for wave power

Harnessing power from ocean waves is a complicated endeavour which a South Australian-Chinese research team is diving deep to take into a new direction. A prototype […]