New clues to prostate cancer

Australian research has identified a new mechanism in which prostate cancer cells can ‘switch’ character and become resistant to therapy. These findings, just published in Cell […]

Line Zero to accelerate manufacturing innovation

Fast tracking world leading manufacturing technologies and processes to support major defence projects such as the Hunter Class Frigate Program and boost South Australia’s advanced manufacturing […]

Bushfire recovery from the air

Two days before Christmas 2019, a fire reached a heritage-protected bush property in the Adelaide Hills, destroying a neighbour’s house. For the next two weeks residents […]

How to talk about death and dying

Our reluctance to think, talk or communicate about death is even more pronounced when we deal with others’ loss compared to our own, new research finds, […]

Flinders Micro CT takes imaging to new levels

Australia’s largest cabinet Micro-CT scanner, unveiled at Flinders University Tonsley campus, will enable South Australian researchers to scan large human bones, ancient fossils, and machine parts […]

Human trafficking and the law

Women and girls, who are often themselves victims of human trafficking and are sexually exploited by criminal gangs, are being prosecuted and convicted for human trafficking-related […]

Sir Mekere Morauta

Tribute to Sir Mekere Morauta

Flinders University has paid tribute to its alumnus, former Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta KCMG PC, who died of cancer on 19 December […]

Masks, UV light funded to fight COVID-19

Individualised 3D-printed face masks to match facial shape and prevent leaks, and research into the use of germicidal ultraviolet light to reduce infection rates in aged […]