Praise for ‘social supermarket’ model

A new model of ‘social supermarket’ providing affordable food and social supports for people experiencing financial stress in South Australia should be expanded, experts say. As […]

Indigenous pathways pave the way

Twelve Indigenous students will celebrate a significant milestone on the path to becoming a doctor after successfully completing the 2023 Indigenous Entry Stream (IES) at Flinders […]

New research suggests that ocean currents with different temperatures, which are known to influence the distribution of species in the sea, might also drive the evolution of new species. Photo: iStock.

Deep dive into marine biotech

Flinders University researchers are among some of the world’s leading marine biotech scientists gathering in Adelaide. They will discuss the latest developments in first-generation fisheries, second-gen […]

New insights into teen sleep

Parents setting bedtime rules can be “protective” of their teenage children’s health and wellbeing, helping them to establish good sleep routines as young adults and in […]

National launch of ‘Good Vibes’

Flinders University’s ‘Good Vibes Experiment,’ a campaign to promote student wellbeing, is being made available at no charge to the wider education sector. The colourful and […]

Climate change challenge to ancient sites

From ancient sites in Eastern Europe and North America to the Philippines, Australia’s oldest Indigenous rock art and “drowning islands” in the Pacific, climate change is […]