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 […]

Raising the bar on native title

Flinders law graduate Michael Pagsanjan has become Young SA Lawyer of the Year. Law Society of South Australia president Mr Tim Mellor says Mr Pagsanjan, principal […]

Zapping a new approach to solar cells

A simple and fast microwave experiment with the common chemical element phosphorus at Flinders University has opened the prospect of more affordable and effective super-thin solar […]

Targeting tech-savvy workers of the future

Flinders University is gearing up to showcase how technology is incorporated across all study disciplines and transforming future careers, with a range of immersive activities at […]

Follow in the footsteps of megafauna

Australia’s giant ‘wombat’, the Diprotodon, is described as the world’s largest marsupial, weighing more than 2.5 tonnes at almost 3m long. Award-winning Flinders University science writer […]

Water research a leader in world rankings

From the Murray-Darling Basin to Millingimbi and the Pilbara up north, understanding and protecting water resources is vital to the future growth and prosperity of Australia. […]