More reasons for criminals to get caught

Modern DNA forensic science is capable of analysing microscopic genetic traces inadvertently left at crime scenes. In fact, a single tap of a finger on items […]

Doing the sums on STEM

National experts gathered at Flinders University this week to innovate STEM teaching. The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME), from 26 to 28 September, […]

Operating in the dark – be prepared

The statewide power blackout in 2016 is a vital reminder of the potential problems facing hospital emergency department (ED) staff in the event of a major […]

Profits put squeeze on aged care

Nurses and aged care workers are struggling to perform primary care duties in a growing number of residential aged care facilities, new Flinders University research shows. […]

Coastal scientists dig into career barriers

Female geoscientists are calling for more women in senior positions to reduce barriers to success in their profession. Dr Graziela Miot da Silva, Senior Lecturer in […]

Forests at risk. Photo: iStock

Timber! EU move ignites forest debate

Renewable energy policy has hit the headlines in Europe, with legislative revisions set to erode existing safeguards that prevent unsustainable exploitation of forests. Matthew Flinders Fellow […]