Land clearance a bonus for bees

After centuries of human impact on the world’s ecosystems, a new study from Flinders University details an example of how a common native bee species has […]

Celebrating women in engineering

To mark International Women in Engineering Day (23 June), South Australian engineering success stories will be featured in a new series of the South Australian Museum’s […]

Citizen science program for KI

Visitors to Kangaroo Island will be invited to take part in a major Federal Government-funded Citizen Science project led by Flinders University experts. As part of […]

New defence against superbugs

For the first time, Australian scientists have confirmed a link between the role of regular fish oil to break down the ability of ‘superbugs’ to become […]

Clues to killer whale cluster

Why do more than 100 gather off Western Australia every year? A Flinders University researcher has finally fathomed why large numbers of killer whales gather at […]

New gauge on weather forecasts

Australia, the driest inhabited continent, is prone to natural disasters and wild swings in weather conditions – from floods to droughts, heatwaves and bushfires. Now two […]