Best way to breed frogs in captivity

Frogs belong to a group of animals called amphibians – the most endangered group of species on the planet. Two out of every five amphibian species […]

Challenges for blue whale populations

The largest living animal, the blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) which averages about 27 metres in length, has slowly recovered from whaling only to face the rising challenges of […]

Call for NDIS service support

The Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme funds positive behaviour support (PBS) for people living with disabilities with challenging behaviour support needs. Led by Flinders University, a […]

Bird and bee discoveries in the Pacific

Eight new Pacific bee species and new insights into Fijian bird behaviour on Viti Levu Island have been described in new scientific studies led by Flinders […]

Native fish making a comeback

An endangered fish has returned to Bendigo, Victoria thanks to the help of Flinders University research in collaboration with local community groups. Five years after the […]