Platypus protein in diabetes research

The discovery of a key metabolic hormone found in the venom and gut of the Australian platypus will be further explored to develop more effective type […]

Super sponge chemist soaks up latest accolades

Pioneering synthetic chemist Dr Justin Chalker’s focus on combating environmental disasters has seen him made a finalist for the 2018¬†prestigious Australian 2018 Eureka Prize for Outstanding […]

School’s out and Storm is coming

Flinders University graduate Storm Ashwood is set to take the horror-thriller film world by storm, literally, with the world premiere of his first feature film. The […]

Water research a leader in world rankings

From the Murray-Darling Basin to Millingimbi and the Pilbara up north, understanding and protecting water resources is vital to the future growth and prosperity of Australia. […]

Baby snake in amber a golden find

Newly discovered prehistoric fossils are painting a colourful picture of the biodiversity of the former supercontinent called Gondwana. Among these discoveries are a range of invertebrates, […]

Insights into new corneal surgery

An innovative vision-restoring procedure performed in Australia for less than 10 years has been reported on in detail for the first time. It will assist surgeons […]

Medieval times spring to life

Very old, yes, but medieval literature is far from antiquated, as a conference at Flinders this week confirms. Medieval sagas and themes for the basis of […]

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 […]

New funding for diabetes research

Coinciding with National Diabetes Week (8-14 July), researchers at Flinders are embarking on two new studies to support those living with type 2 diabetes. Thanks to […]