Funds support new brain cancer investigation

The human brain’s biochemistry may be a stumbling block that has been preventing an effective cure for brain cancer. Flinders University’s Dr Cedric Bardy, Director of […]

DNA sleuths target ivory poachers

The tiniest amount of DNA is being accurately analysed to identify the origins of old ivory. This clever new technique has the potential to thwart international […]

Boost to develop microalgae into health foods

A new discovery may provide the crucial link that helps accelerate development of microalgae into beneficial human health supplements. Dietary supplementation of fatty acids produced from […]

Media Smart tackles social media pressures

The more time that teenage girls spend on Instagram, the greater their likelihood of having eating disorder thoughts and behaviours. Flinders University researchers have found that […]

Impact grants propel novel research

Generous donors are propelling next-gen research leaders at Flinders University. The foresight of philanthropists is kickstarting nine innovative research projects in 2020-21, led by some of […]

More than one way to grow in the womb

Carrying a fetus that is small for gestational age (SGA) is associated with increased rates of stillbirth and neonatal death as well as metabolic disease in […]

Youths beware of bullying by best friends

We wouldn’t expect best friends to bully each other – but they can in unexpected ways. Sometimes, bullying behaviour by young people that would usually be […]