Face mask warning as SA borders open

With South Australian borders opening to travellers from all Australian states and territories today, Flinders University researchers are concerned poor mask habits may put South Australians […]

New study revises fossil discovery

An international team of scientists have debunked an earlier description of a fossil thought to be the remarkable missing link between lizards and snakes. The new […]

Green energy to the fore at Tonsley

Green energy leaders and a league of supporters will raise the stakes on South Australia’s sustainable future during a week-long conference at major urban renewal site, […]

Fresh concerns for wetlands

New research led by Flinders University is renewing calls to protect the source of water and aquifers supporting the ecologically significant Doongmabulla Springs Complex in central […]

Reducing plastic in gardens

With plastic waste a worldwide problem, consumers can take steps to reduce use and recycle more household packaging – including in their own backyard. A new […]

Bushfire bees on the brink

The number of threatened Australian native bee species is expected to increase by nearly  five times after the devastating Black Summer bushfires in 2019-20, according to […]

3D tech to teach future surgery

Knee, hip and spinal surgery is the focus of a major new research project focusing on 3D technology developed in South Australia. Under a new $2.4 […]