Air quality under the microscope

With air pollution and airborne contaminants emerging as leading causes of illness and death, ecologists are calling for closer examination of the ‘invisible friends’ which live […]

Deep dive into seaweed aquaculture

A new research project at Flinders University aims to explore and develop lucrative industrial-scale seaweed production, expected to create hundreds of jobs in regional Australia in […]

PhD candidate Jamie Keegan-Treloar received first class honours for his final thesis and will focus on novel algorithms for applications in defence and space in his PhD.

Playford Trust rewards high achievers

Fourteen successful Flinders University graduates will forge ahead with their research and studies as 2023 Playford Memorial Trust Scholarship winners. They were among leading South Australian […]

Digging up soil sounds and secrets

UK and Australian ecologists have used audio technology to record different types of sounds in the soils of a degraded and restored forest to indicate the […]

Leading role in circular economy

The Australian Government is ramping up efforts to move to a more sustainable circular economy by 2030. With Australia’s chief scientist Dr Cathy Foley, Flinders University […]

Microplastics flow into Gulf waters

Plastic pollution has been recorded in eight freshwater streams running into Gulf St Vincent, confirming the regular flow of microplastics into local marine environments – and […]

Green hydrogen drives energy summit

With the COP27 international climate summit under way in Egypt, the need for global players to keep the goal of restricting warming to 1.5C has never […]