Planting ideas to advance food crops

The failure of world food systems to adequately feed more than 2 billion people is spurring agricultural researchers to find rapid solutions. Supported by a Crawford […]

Coastal scientists dig into career barriers

Female geoscientists are calling for more women in senior positions to reduce barriers to success in their profession. Dr Graziela Miot da Silva, Senior Lecturer in […]

Research expands on mine site environs

Outback mine site research in South Australia is expanding in an industry collaboration between Flinders University and National Energy Resources Australia. The $417,000 program, entitled ‘Improving […]

What to expect from the new PM

Australia’s new Prime Minister Scott Morrison has shown a deft hand at balancing politics and his own ambition, says Flinders University’s Dr Rob Manwaring. Mr Morrison […]

Almost 6000 solar panels to power our campus

One of Adelaide’s largest solar arrays will soon provide one-fifth of the electricity needed to power Flinders University’s Bedford Park campus. The project also sets the […]

Professor Bogda Koczwara, director of the Flinders Centre for Innovation and Cancer (FCIC), will host Cancer Research Day at the FCIC ground floor function room at Bedford Park on Tuesday 4 September.

Spotlight on health research at Flinders

Flinders Health Research Week opens a public window into the world-class health and medical research achievements of the precinct south of Adelaide.  For the second consecutive […]

A fair-go for young Aussies

What do actress Teresa Palmer and politician Anthony Albanese have in common? They are famous Australians raised in public housing before going on to achieve successful […]

Captured in time – our war internees

Foreigners who were interned when Australia went to war led remarkable lives, with many of their stories relatively untold. Prolific author Flinders University historian Professor Peter […]