Defence projects target broadside impact

A bid to remove dangerous contaminants from water and innovative research into better high-tech unmanned surface vessels are new projects starting at Flinders University. The two […]

Mind-bending ideas for festival

How does our brain deal with technology and modern global challenges? Is it keeping pace with the speed of contemporary living and the ever-increasing influx of […]

Flinders helps take the ocean’s pulse

Water samples taken off Semaphore Jetty are en route to Greece after Flinders University marine biologists took part in the global Ocean Sampling Day. Ocean Sampling […]

Ethiopia suffers from HIV treatment fears

Free public antiretroviral therapy programs have been available for more than a decade in Southwest Ethiopia to address spiralling HIV-AIDS related deaths. However, Flinders University researchers […]

Underwater magic: How to film camera-shy fish

Accurately recording the number and diversity of species in marine parks or commercial fisheries helps with monitoring and management of important Australian habitats. With that in mind, Flinders […]

Environmental health master tackles shortage

The growing field of environmental health has received a boost, with Flinders’ Master of Environmental Health program receiving accreditation from Australia’s environmental health organisation Environmental Health […]

Quest to find more forgotten cities

Sacred medieval cities whose true scale was unknown to the modern world and a civilization’s forgotten story are being unearthed in Cambodia where the decline of […]