Sobering message for Dry July

Alcohol’s popularity and its central place in socialising in Australia obscures the dangers of excessive drinking and possible liver disease, Flinders University experts warn. As Dry […]

Steps to make PPE equipment safer

Australia’s first dedicated testing facility for protective gowns has been established at Flinders, where research is also starting on improving face mask safety. The two Flinders […]

COVID-19 another health crisis for Africa

Six months since COVID-19 was first identified, thousands of therapeutic trials and dozens of vaccine development studies were under way, including one vaccine study each in […]

No leg to stand on for flamingos of Oz

The sweeping pink salt lakes across Australia’s interior are all that remain of the lush green places three species of pink flamingos once thrived the outback. […]

SA school science photo contest surges ahead

Flinders University’s annual Cochlear Aurora Photo Contest has opened early, providing valuable holiday time for high school girls to creatively capture science for the chance to win […]

Too many men avoid bowel cancer tests

Only 40% of people who receive free National Bowel Cancer Screening kits actually complete them – with men younger than 70 having the lowest rates of […]