40 years on, Gallipoli is still devastating

The ANZAC experiences in the First World War arguably cemented post-colonial Australian ideals of mateship, bravery and love for country. In Peter Weir’s landmark film Gallipoli, […]

When rock art meets machine learning

Rock art of human figures created over thousands of years in Arnhem Land has been put through a transformative machine learning study to analyse style changes […]

ARC grants support bold research projects

Addressing the housing needs of adults with intellectual disability, exploring Aboriginal rock art in the upper Murray region and improving home environments for young people in […]

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 […]

UNESCO listing for AusStage

AusStage, the world-leading digital humanities platform preserving and showcasing the history of Australian live performance, has been welcomed to the prestigious UNESCO Memory of the World […]

Bite-size insights to the past

A novel study of bone and tooth fragments from koalas and rodents has given scientists a new way to understand how the Adelaide region has been […]

Wellbeing benefits of wetlands

Australians love their beaches, and now a new study also confirms the broad appeal of other coastal assets such as tidal wetlands and protected areas. In […]