The Lincoln Marine Science Centre (LMSC) is set to enter a new phase of leading edge research with the opening of Stage II of the Port Lincoln-based Centre.
School of Biological Sciences
Can you pick the difference between a thylacine’s thigh bone and flightless bird’s fibula?
Groundbreaking research that could help Australia avoid the costly mistakes of the past in relation to water management will be the focus of a new $30 million Centre for Groundwater Research and Training led by Flinders University.
The future survival of the Port River’s popular dolphin population is dependent on gaining a detailed insight into the pod’s habitat and the measures needed to protect it, according to a Flinders University marine biologist.
Marine Innovation SA (MISA), a multi-partner research initiative founded to advance the State’s marine industries, was awarded the Constellation SA Award for Excellence in Collaborative Research […]
Flinders University’s academic teachers and general staff have again received multiple Citations from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council, awarded for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. […]
Flinders University’s contribution to solving crime in South Australia and beyond has been further strengthened with SA Government funding for an expanded forensic science program. Flinders […]
You have to hand it to the pygmy bluetongue – to date, it has quietly survived a barrage of natural hazards and man-made pressures. But the […]
Vital research aiming to determine cost-effective and efficient treatment to reduce the incidence of toxic algal blooms in Adelaide’s Torrens Lake is happening 17 kilometres away […]