Green is good for city workers

A new study of 68 city centres in Great Britain – comparing ‘greenness’ of tree cover, vegetation and the presence of parks – has linked lower […]

MND research goes global

FHMRI researcher Associate Professor Mary-Louise Rogers has received a further $490,000 in valuable funding from leading Australian funding organisation FightMND. FightMND’s vision is a world without […]

Keep an eagle eye out for kestrels

The public is invited to help raptor ecologists at Flinders University’s BirdLab work on observing and conserving the ‘charismatic’ Nankeen kestrel, a small native bird of prey, which […]

New tests on shark deterrents

A new study led by Flinders University experts has tested the effectiveness of a newly developed, long-range electric shark deterrent on white sharks.   The 80 […]

Public wants to build cyber resilience

Illegal cyber attacks on thousands of citizens’ personal data in Australia has heightened awareness of the hazards of insecure digital systems – and Flinders University researchers […]

New lead on Great Barrier Reef’s origin

Researchers have discovered that K’gari (Fraser Island) and the nearby Cooloola Sand Mass in southeastern Queensland formed 1.2 and 0.7 million years ago and their formation […]