Astronomers produced this dramatic and highly-detailed image of the Crab Nebula, a supernova remnant, in August 2017. It was assembled by combining the data from five different telescopes spanning the nearly the full breadth of the electromagnetic spectrum: radio waves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolent and x-ray. Photo: NASA

Lift off! Flinders welcomes Space Agency

A wealth of expertise in engineering, novel fuels, computing, nanotechnology, communications technologies, entrepreneurship and even space archaeology will ensure Flinders University is a key supporter on […]

Hopping aboard new future mobility trials

With vehicle technology moving towards a driverless future, Flinders University is hopping on board a new South Australian trial of shared autonomous vehicles. Flinders is stepping […]

Defence projects target broadside impact

A bid to remove dangerous contaminants from water and innovative research into better high-tech unmanned surface vessels are new projects starting at Flinders University. The two […]

FLEX takes to the streets

A driverless public electric shuttle will start operating around the Tonsley Innovation District this week as part of a five-year trial of autonomous vehicle technology set […]

Future Frigate tech alliance set to start

South Australia’s expertise in smart ship technologies will be boosted with the establishment of a $3 million Centre of Excellence in Adelaide if Navantia Australia is […]

Scholarship for young SA math talent

Instead of basic arithmetic and Year 4 timestables, 10-years-old Adelaide mathematician Levi Pesin is starting a degree at Flinders University. He is adding two tertiary-level math […]