Flinders remains in the news

Three years after the remains of Captain Matthew Flinders were re-discovered by archaeologists beneath Euston train station in London, the famed explorer and navigator – who […]

Isotope tests unlock Iron Age secrets

Elemental and lead isotope analyses of ancient copper ingots are unlocking secrets of Early Iron Age trade routes and how indigenous Mediterranean communities functioned from about […]

Green energy to the fore at Tonsley

Green energy leaders and a league of supporters will raise the stakes on South Australia’s sustainable future during a week-long conference at major urban renewal site, […]

3D tech to teach future surgery

Knee, hip and spinal surgery is the focus of a major new research project focusing on 3D technology developed in South Australia. Under a new $2.4 […]

Exoskeleton trial for use in shipyards

Naval Group is partnering with Flinders University researchers collaboration to test the use of exoskeletons in shipbuilding. The study started in July, 2020 as part of […]

Take care of precious seasonal water flow

As winter approaches, international hydrologists have issued a timely reminder about building on intermittent or seasonal non-perennial rivers and streams. Dry for most of the year, […]

Fishing the ocean for new vegan ideas

Putting innovative Australian marine bioproducts into tasty vegan food ideas is the goal of a new project at the Centre for Marine Bioproducts Development, Flinders University. […]