Overseas study opportunities for Flinders University students will expand next year with New Colombo Plan funding for 13 new projects in the Indo-Pacific region.
School of Biological Sciences
A parasite killing Darwin’s finches on the famed Galápagos Islands is causing a dramatic escalation in Darwin’s theory of natural selection, new research has revealed.
Gender bias, both ‘unconscious and conscious’, is being challenged by the new Science 50:50 program at Flinders.
Citizen scientists are invited to help build a brighter future for ‘Nemo’ clownfish and their anemone homes.
Strategic agreements with three leading universities in India will lift Flinders University’s international ties.
The international quest for better grain crops, and a young Flinders scientist’s public engagement, have received National Science Week accolades.
Discoveries of global significance have seen two research teams from Flinders University become finalists in this year’s high-profile Australian Eureka Prize science awards.
The leading international research publisher, Nature, has named Flinders University in its 2016 ‘Rising Stars’ in the Asia-Pacific.
An international team of scientists from Flinders University and Sweden are ‘doing the brain warp’ in a bid to understand the evolution of a very ‘brainy’ fish species.