Putting cyber powers on the table

Strong network cybersecurity has never been more important, with the potential for ‘deep-fake signals’ and other technologies to interfere with aviation and transport systems and cause […]

Plucking key evidence from air

Culprits may one day be found using a new technique to potentially pick up and record key airborne forensic DNA evidence from crime scenes wiped clean […]

Nano solution for removing toxic dyes

Water pollution from dyes used in textile, food, cosmetic and other manufacturing is a major ecological concern with industry and scientists seeking biocompatible and more sustainable […]

Native fish making a comeback

An endangered fish has returned to Bendigo, Victoria thanks to the help of Flinders University research in collaboration with local community groups. Five years after the […]

Advances for women and girls in STEM

International Day of Women and Girls in Science today is an opportunity to examine the disparities and tackle the barriers facing women in science, technology, engineering […]

HELP for graduate startup ideas

A new course at Flinders University aims to give university graduates and postgrads key insights to launch a new venture or to realise a ‘passion project’ […]

Pressure on aquaculture to grow

New technologies in marine aquaculture are increasing globally, not just to meet the growing demand for seafood as wild fish populations continue to decline but also […]

Deep-sea squid gives up secrets

While Aussies tuck into calamari and chips at the beach, Flinders University researchers have taken a look at why the large Dana octopus squid, which can […]