Recreational hunting’s conservation paradox

Recreational hunting — especially hunting of charismatic species for their trophies —raises ethical and moral concerns. Yet recreational hunting is frequently suggested as a way to […]

Girls in the frame for science

Flinders University is keeping science, technology, engineering, math and medicine (STEMM) on the agenda by celebrating the 2020 Flinders University Cochlear Aurora Photo Contest in which […]

Solving chronic pain during intercourse

Women suffering from chronic conditions that result in painful intercourse represent about 10% of females of reproductive age – triggering a combined economic burden of more […]

Our campuses run on 100% renewable energy

Flinders University is now powering its campuses and facilities with 100% renewable energy from campus-based solar arrays and a local windfarm, achieving net-zero emissions from electricity. […]

Line Zero to accelerate manufacturing innovation

Fast tracking world leading manufacturing technologies and processes to support major defence projects such as the Hunter Class Frigate Program and boost South Australia’s advanced manufacturing […]

Masks, UV light funded to fight COVID-19

Individualised 3D-printed face masks to match facial shape and prevent leaks, and research into the use of germicidal ultraviolet light to reduce infection rates in aged […]

All aboard! Flinders line opens

Students, workers and residents of Adelaide’s southern suburbs will enjoy better, more frequent services on the brand new $141 million Flinders Rail Line. Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin […]

Flinders to revitalise Creative Arts

An increase in contemporary and innovative topics is at the heart of plans to reposition Flinders University’s Drama offerings and confirm its Bachelor of Creative Arts […]