Flinders targets more success in 2019

High-quality higher education is vital to progress South Australia’s economy, society and job prospects so young people remain and build the State, says Flinders University Vice-Chancellor […]

Genetic links to dolphin disease outbreak

New research at Flinders University has found genetic variations in South Australia’s bottlenose dolphins  makes them susceptible to a deadly measles-related virus, particularly in heatwave conditions. […]

Flinders University invertebrate palaeontology researchers have closely studied the first complete skeleton of the Marsupial Lion (Thylacoleo carnifex). Photo: Wikipedia.

Marsupial Lion ‘similar to Tassie Devil’

New research into the first complete skeleton of Australia’s legendary ‘Marsupial Lion’ provides extraordinary insights into the species’ hunting ability, social traits – and similarities with […]

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 […]

Planting ideas to advance food crops

The failure of world food systems to adequately feed more than 2 billion people is spurring agricultural researchers to find rapid solutions. Supported by a Crawford […]