Step inside the world of nano – and vote 1

Ever wonder what happens under an electron microscope? The annual scientific photo competition from the Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology at Flinders University gives everyone […]

Leading the way on new discoveries

Major new research at Flinders University will help start new industries, including new products and clean technologies to remove toxic waste, and delve into Australian history […]

Calls for SA slavery investigation

A new investigation has reinforced calls for the South Australian Government to launch an inquiry into slavery and slavery-like practices in the State. The research report, […]

Voyages to help solve plastic pollution

The oceans of the world are filling up with plastics, and tiny pieces of degrading microplastics, so Flinders scientists are taking to the high seas to […]

Nursing help for homeless children

Free health care will be offered to homeless families in Adelaide’s south under a bold new initiative led by UnitingCare Wesley Bowden and Flinders University. In […]

Tips for ‘David v Goliath’ protests

If Australian politicians desire to have disruptive protestors arrested, how can activists effectively voice criticisms of transnational corporations behaving badly? Flinders University researcher Dr Julia Anaf […]