Putting cyber powers on the table

Strong network cybersecurity has never been more important, with the potential for ‘deep-fake signals’ and other technologies to interfere with aviation and transport systems and cause […]

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 […]

‘Giga-goose’ shows its face

After 128 years of exploration, fossil excavation and investigation, Flinders University researchers have finally uncovered the skull of Australia’s own giant and charismatic megafauna bird – […]

Coastal dunes on the march

Coastal transgressive dunefields are on the march in South Australia – retreating inland from an angry ocean at an alarming rate. Yet while this occurs in […]

Challenges for blue whale populations

The largest living animal, the blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) which averages about 27 metres in length, has slowly recovered from whaling only to face the rising challenges of […]

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 […]

Wake-up call for better sleep

It’s official. Getting the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep a night is currently out of reach for almost one-third of the population as Flinders University experts […]