Space open to cyber attack

Cybersecurity in the space domain is an emerging area of focus for government and industry around the world. Recent events in conflict zones have further reenforced […]

Nano solution for removing toxic dyes

Water pollution from dyes used in textile, food, cosmetic and other manufacturing is a major ecological concern with industry and scientists seeking biocompatible and more sustainable […]

Advances for women and girls in STEM

International Day of Women and Girls in Science today is an opportunity to examine the disparities and tackle the barriers facing women in science, technology, engineering […]

PM meets first undergrad nuclear engineering majors

In a historic leap towards bolstering Australia’s nuclear capabilities, Flinders University has launched the nation’s only undergraduate nuclear engineering major. This groundbreaking course is designed to […]

Carbon a credit to recycle concrete

Amid the rubble of large-sale earthquake, war or other disaster – and as ageing buildings and infrastructure are replaced – mountains of concrete are often taken […]

Flinders joins global hydrogen push

Physics and groundwater experts from Flinders University will play key roles in the new ​multinational Global Hydrogen Production Technologies (HyPT) Centre. The centre will focus on […]

Why we worry about robots taking jobs

A Flinders University researcher delving into the future workplace asks why we think of robots rather than computers when we consider who will take over jobs […]

New heart devices set the pace

Every year about 1.7 million heart pacemakers are fitted globally, with more than 30,000 in Australia helping to dramatically improve recipients’ health expectations. Now a South […]