Research key to dolphins future

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 research collaboration wins recognition

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 […]

Teaching awarded at home and away

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. […]

Funding boosts crime fight potential

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 […]

Lizards feel climate change

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 […]

Using microbes to starve algal blooms

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 […]