Next step to power electronics

A new class of silicon compatible metal oxides paves the way for the development of advanced devices including high-density data storage, ultra low-energy electronics, flexible energy […]

Plasma jet tech transforms microalgae

Flinders researchers have taken a significant leap in the field of wound care using an innovative approach. By deploying an argon atmospheric plasma jet, they have […]

Plastic waste builds in waterways

Australia has a big problem with plastic waste, with millions of tonnes of household and industrial plastics breaking down in landfill, rivers and the sea every […]

Flinders joins global hydrogen push

Physics and groundwater experts from Flinders University will play key roles in the new ​multinational Global Hydrogen Production Technologies (HyPT) Centre. The centre will focus on […]

Solar-electric car lines up for challenge

The futuristic Flinders Automotive Solar Team (FAST) entry in this year’s Bridgestone World Solar Challenge is set to showcase some pioneering prototype features for sustainable passenger […]

All systems go for landmark energy project

A landmark Electric Vehicle charging station showcasing award-winning bidirectional vehicle-to-grid technology has been unveiled at Flinders University. The State Government-backed project showcases a collaboration between ENGIE […]

$10m move on acid mine drainage

Tonnes of mining waste is being dumped at Flinders University’s College of Science and Engineering – all for a good cause. The major new initiative will […]