Space archaeologist Dr Alice Gorman will present at in international heritage conference in Adelaide – ahead of the annual Flinders University Investigator Lecture in November.
In the face of potential major drought, a group of the nation’s leading water scientists are urging the Federal Government to accelerate underground water storage across Australia.
The growing innovation district at Tonsley will host this year’s Adelaide Mini Maker Faire on Sunday, bringing more than 100 exhibitors to the main assembly building area.
A brand new, dirt cheap, non-toxic polymer that literally sucks mercury out of water and soil is set to become a game changer in the battle against one of the world’s most reviled pollutants.
Good luck to five of Flinders’ finest traversing the country this week with the 2015 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.
Flinders has joined forces with the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge to usher in a new generation of solar vehicles.
Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Hydrogeology Craig Simmons is joining the joint US National Academies Roundtable on shale oil and gas issues.
The new Chair of Restorative Care at Flinders will boost education and research into aged care and wellness in South Australia.
In a national first, Flinders University is pioneering an innovative teaching and learning approach to combat mental health and culture stereotypes.