Professor Adrian Linacre, chair in Forensic DNA Technology at Flinders, has become national president of the Australian New Zealand Forensic Science Society.
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Gender equity in the fields of science, technology, engineering, math and medicine (STEMM) is in the spotlight at Flinders this week.
Pioneering research studying major mass extinction events in the Earth’s history has taken out one of the nation’s top science prizes.
Emma Kent from the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences will represent Flinders at the national Three-Minute Thesis finals in Queensland on 30 September.
Gender bias, both ‘unconscious and conscious’, is being challenged by the new Science 50:50 program at Flinders.
In a global game changer for gun crime, Flinders University forensic scientists have for the first time matched gunshot residue with specific brands of ammunition. The […]
Enzymes can now work up to 16 times faster thanks to ‘paradigm shifting’ technology developed between Flinders and University of California Irvine.
The faces of high-achieving women in science will shine in surprising places as part of the Flinders Illuminating the Face of STEM promotion.
Flinders chemist Dr Justin Chalker – who accidentally discovered a polymer which reduces mercury pollution – has become the 2016 Young Tall Poppy Scientist of the Year.