Alumni making their mark

Flinders University congratulates the outstanding graduates and staff who this year received Australia Day Honours, acknowledging the difference they have made to the community. The annual […]

Nature’s call to nanotech

Shark skin and dragonfly wings are two of nanotech researchers’ favourite things in new studies looking for solutions to maritime and medical mysteries. The microscopic makeup […]

Big boost for STEM in schools

New federal funds will help Flinders University support hundreds of female Year 9 students in South Australia and the Northern Territory to build competitive skills in […]

Secret of tropical reef island sea life

A new Flinders University study has found why Southeast Asian seas produce more fish than the world’s largest coastal upwelling regions combined. While tropical oceans have […]

Breakthrough in fighting Legionnaires’

A new study of domestic and hospital drinking water systems found Legionella in 41% of samples – with Flinders University researchers making a key connection between […]

New tech to monitor climate change

Weather extremes have become more frequent and intensive since the 1950s, and international hydrology experts are using new technology to map land areas subject to hotter, […]

Microplastics flow into Gulf waters

Plastic pollution has been recorded in eight freshwater streams running into Gulf St Vincent, confirming the regular flow of microplastics into local marine environments – and […]