Line Zero to accelerate manufacturing innovation

Fast tracking world leading manufacturing technologies and processes to support major defence projects such as the Hunter Class Frigate Program and boost South Australia’s advanced manufacturing […]

Bushfire recovery from the air

Two days before Christmas 2019, a fire reached a heritage-protected bush property in the Adelaide Hills, destroying a neighbour’s house. For the next two weeks residents […]

Flinders Micro CT takes imaging to new levels

Australia’s largest cabinet Micro-CT scanner, unveiled at Flinders University Tonsley campus, will enable South Australian researchers to scan large human bones, ancient fossils, and machine parts […]

Satellite tracking supports blue whale survival

Extensive satellite tracking has revealed important new knowledge about the little known pygmy blue whale population of Southern Australia. Marine scientists from Flinders University, Australian Marine […]

Silver lining of marine paints

Nanoscale changes to industrial coatings can make them stronger, more environmentally friendly and better biosecurity barriers to block marine pest invasions of ports and coastlines. It’s […]

Wastewater project tests for COVID-19, and more

Flinders environmental health research is behind a successful wastewater treatment project in rural South Australia which is leading the way in sustainable water reuse, energy savings […]

New frontier in enzyme chemical processing

A new technique to make cheaper more efficient biological enzyme hybrids could have valuable applications in future water recycling, targeted drug manufacturing and other industries, Flinders […]