Land clearance a bonus for bees

After centuries of human impact on the world’s ecosystems, a new study from Flinders University details an example of how a common native bee species has […]

Chinese language barriers fall

With the rise of China’s global power comes parallel increases in influence, with a new Australian book forecasting that Chinese has the potential to become a […]

Flinders alumni making a big impact

For the first time, early career researchers – specialising in areas from body image and eating disorders to shark ecology and Indigenous archaeology – are among […]

Young guns of STEM research win scholarships

Advanced projects by 10 outstanding Flinders University students will receive vital support from this year’s Playford Memorial Trust Scholarship program. Playford Trust scholarships and awards aim […]

Exoskeleton trial for use in shipyards

Naval Group is partnering with Flinders University researchers collaboration to test the use of exoskeletons in shipbuilding. The study started in July, 2020 as part of […]

Splash of theatre in combined fashion parade

Costume design was included for the first time in this year’s Flinders University-TAFE SA ‘Sisu’ graduate parade. The 29 graduates’ work in the annual HomeStart Fashion […]

New insulation takes the heat off

Waste cooking oil, sulfur and wool offcuts have been put to good use by green chemists at Flinders University to produce a sustainable new kind of […]