Autism screening tool goes global

Researchers at Flinders University are excited about the world-wide uptake of their early screening tool for children suspected of having Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The early […]

‘Giga-goose’ shows its face

After 128 years of exploration, fossil excavation and investigation, Flinders University researchers have finally uncovered the skull of Australia’s own giant and charismatic megafauna bird – […]

Smart homes help aged care

The boom in ageing around the world, including China where traditional family-based care is common, is underpinning a tech revolution in elder care, say Flinders University […]

Limits to access emergency pill

The accessibility of first-line oral emergency contraceptives in Australian community pharmacies is problematic – with a national survey finding almost one-third reporting they do not stock […]

Digital help for adults with ADHD

Digital health experts at Flinders University are developing a mobile self-monitoring app model to assist adults with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) take a more pro-active role in […]

Portable pathology passes the test

On-site pathology tests for infectious diseases in rural and remote locations can be just as reliable and accurate as tests carried out in a hospital laboratory, […]

Gold star for green fluidic device

In a surprise discovery, Flinders University nanotechnology researchers have produced a range of different types of gold nanoparticles by adjusting water flow in the novel vortex […]