Re-examining youth violence problems

Any assumption that young people are prone to violence – such as those underpinning the Queensland Liberal National Party’s recent “crackdown on youth crime” policy – […]

SA school science photo contest surges ahead

Flinders University’s annual Cochlear Aurora Photo Contest has opened early, providing valuable holiday time for high school girls to creatively capture science for the chance to win […]

VFD creates improved bacteria detector

The versatility of the Vortex Fluidic Device (VFD) continues to impress, with the innovative green chemistry device created at Flinders University having more than 100 applications […]

Major upgrade advances digital leadership 

Flinders University has become the first university in Australia to launch global human resources platform Workday HCM, as part of a sweeping digital overhaul of its systems […]

Yoga keeps seniors forever young

Observing 90-year-old yoga practitioners has convinced Flinders University researcher Associate Professor Kathy Arthurson that maintaining yoga exercise is an important means for seniors to maintain youthful […]