A Flinders University forensic scientist’s gunshot residue research could provide a previously unachievable level of detail about gun crimes in the absence of a firearm or spent bullet cartridge.
Flinders University staff and alumni have once again been recognised for their major contribution to Australian society in this year’s Australia Day awards and honours.
Student research into adolescent sleep, early autism detection and chemical weapons are among the winners of Flinders University’s 2015 Best Student Paper Awards.
Undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses at Flinders University have experienced strong demand in 2015. The University has responded by making a total of 7,016 offers to date.
Soaring use of the methamphetamine ‘ice’ could be because of an increasing normalisation of the drug among groups of high achieving young people beyond the normal user profile.
Making the best choice possible sometimes involves changing your mind – or in the case of a commencing tertiary student, it can mean changing which course you’re going to study, or where.
Miscarriages of justice, and the urgent need for justice systems to address them, are an international phenomenon, according to visiting Canadian academic Professor Kent Roach.
Grants worth almost $7 million have been awarded to Flinders in the Australian Research Council’s 2015 funding program – announced for the first time at Flinders University Victoria Square today.
Flinders University Law School’s Dean, Professor Kim Economides, is a man on a mission to promote the unique selling points of Flinders law graduates.