Toxoplasma in undercooked meat

A new study by Flinders researchers highlights the possibility of catching Toxoplasma infection from eating undercooked meat. Toxoplasma is a parasite that causes inflammation of the […]

Flinders’ healthy NHMRC success

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, HIV transmission in remote communities, pelvic pain, and treatments for conditions such as cancer, diabetes and heart attacks are amongst […]

New insights to major disease pathways

Flinders researchers have made major inroads into finding the cause of heart disease, Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes and other diseases after discovering a further 148 proteins affected […]

Health grants a big lift for researchers

New Flinders Foundation seed funding grants will support important research at the Flinders medical precinct, from common back injuries to glaucoma and gonorrhoea studies, along with […]

Step inside the world of nano – and vote 1

Ever wonder what happens under an electron microscope? The annual scientific photo competition from the Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology at Flinders University gives everyone […]

Tips for ‘David v Goliath’ protests

If Australian politicians desire to have disruptive protestors arrested, how can activists effectively voice criticisms of transnational corporations behaving badly? Flinders University researcher Dr Julia Anaf […]

Stellar lineup for VC’s research awards

Ten outstanding early career researchers from Flinders University will add another award to their CV after being chosen from a competitive field for this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s […]