Are mums safe at the wheel?

In one of the first studies ever, Flinders University sleep experts are investigating the driving performance of mothers of infants. The researchers are calling for more […]

Wind farm noise and sleep disruption

Residents who live within 10km of a wind farm report more sleep issues from other sources, such as insomnia, stress and snoring spouses, than the nearby […]

Improved care for common heart condition

Hundreds of South Australians suffering from atrial fibrillation stand to benefit from a clinical trial underway at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Led by Flinders University Professor […]

Reducing plastic in gardens

With plastic waste a worldwide problem, consumers can take steps to reduce use and recycle more household packaging – including in their own backyard. A new […]

Celebrating 10 years of the NT Medical Program

Flinders University has this month celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Northern Territory Medical Program, highlighting the University’s continued commitment to medical education in the NT, […]

Bushfire bees on the brink

The number of threatened Australian native bee species is expected to increase by nearly  five times after the devastating Black Summer bushfires in 2019-20, according to […]