Warning on space security

As World Space Week commences, it is clear that outer space has recaptured the attention of the Australia’s policymakers and industry, says Flinders University Jeff Bleich […]

Plastic waste builds in waterways

Australia has a big problem with plastic waste, with millions of tonnes of household and industrial plastics breaking down in landfill, rivers and the sea every […]

Facing up to bird ecology

Facial recognition software used to study the social behaviour of individual Greylag Geese in Europe will soon be used to monitor one of the rarest geese […]

New research suggests that ocean currents with different temperatures, which are known to influence the distribution of species in the sea, might also drive the evolution of new species. Photo: iStock.

Deep dive into marine biotech

Flinders University researchers are among some of the world’s leading marine biotech scientists gathering in Adelaide. They will discuss the latest developments in first-generation fisheries, second-gen […]

Long-term help for sleep apnoea

A long-term study of patients who had upper airway surgery has confirmed the benefits for better management of moderate to severe sleep apnoea for people who […]

Instagram’s body image effect

Viewing sexualised Instagram posts by online influencers increases the negative mood and body dissatisfaction of young female adults who view them, and promotes negative effects among […]