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 […]

Grants target endangered species

Flinders University and other experts have joined two major projects to help save endangered species in South Australia, and other states. Australian Sea Lions and Pygmy […]

Time to reset groundwater agenda

Land restoration, desertification and drought resilience is the theme of this year’s World Environment Day (5 June 2024) – with rising world populations and climate change […]

‘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 – […]

Smart homes help aged care

The boom in ageing around the world, including China where traditional family-based care is common, is underpinning a tech revolution in elder care, say Flinders University […]

Limits to access emergency pill

The accessibility of first-line oral emergency contraceptives in Australian community pharmacies is problematic – with a national survey finding almost one-third reporting they do not stock […]