More extreme weather on the horizon

As temperature records tumble, and the threat of bushfires and dry conditions looms large, an international study by Flinders University and Argentinian researchers renews the urgency of calls […]

Native fish making a comeback

An endangered fish has returned to Bendigo, Victoria thanks to the help of Flinders University research in collaboration with local community groups. Five years after the […]

Advances for women and girls in STEM

International Day of Women and Girls in Science today is an opportunity to examine the disparities and tackle the barriers facing women in science, technology, engineering […]

Acoustic juice for soil recovery

Humans are energised by dance music and now new Flinders University research has recorded rapid acceleration in soil fungi growth when sounds are played in a […]

Pressure on aquaculture to grow

New technologies in marine aquaculture are increasing globally, not just to meet the growing demand for seafood as wild fish populations continue to decline but also […]

PM meets first undergrad nuclear engineering majors

In a historic leap towards bolstering Australia’s nuclear capabilities, Flinders University has launched the nation’s only undergraduate nuclear engineering major. This groundbreaking course is designed to […]