On World Oceans Day, Flinders University marine biologists and other scientists are helping to preserve marine life around the world. One of the research projects is […]
School of Biological Sciences
Conservation and biodiversity student Saskia Gerhardy will represent Flinders at the first World Environment Fair at Adelaide Showground this weekend. In the leadup to World Environment […]
The 12 recipients of the Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Doctoral Thesis Excellence are emerging as leaders in their fields, with several now overseas or working, teaching and […]
New research in Australia has found the tiny ‘hobbit’ people of Asia are not ancestors or even close relatives of modern humans. The most comprehensive study […]
A Playford Trust PhD scholarship is giving Flinders scholar Robert Trott a big step forwards in his dream career goals in biomedical engineering. The double degree […]
Technology disruption is not only affecting the way we learn but the workplaces of the future, say visiting academics from The Fox School of Business in […]
From environmental and mental health to rural worker conditions in Bangladesh, Flinders higher-degree research is making a difference.
Flinders researchers have confirmed the importance of the remote Ningaloo Reef in WA as a conservation site of significance for the rare and secretive Australian humpback dolphin.
With more than 8,700 known species worldwide, sea sponges (phylum Porifera) are difficult to identify but Flinders University researchers have developed a new identification protocol.