Astronomers produced this dramatic and highly-detailed image of the Crab Nebula, a supernova remnant, in August 2017. It was assembled by combining the data from five different telescopes spanning the nearly the full breadth of the electromagnetic spectrum: radio waves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolent and x-ray. Photo: NASA

Lift off! Flinders welcomes Space Agency

A wealth of expertise in engineering, novel fuels, computing, nanotechnology, communications technologies, entrepreneurship and even space archaeology will ensure Flinders University is a key supporter on […]

Funding for pancreatic cancer trial

Flinders University researchers have been awarded funding to run a clinical trial of a new pancreatic cancer treatment. Dr Ganessan Kichenadasse, from the Flinders Centre for […]

Foundation funds 35 life-changing projects

Thirty-five exciting health and medical research projects across the Flinders medical precinct have received a boost with the announcement of Flinders Foundation’s Health Seed Grant Round […]

Losing species risks domino extinction

New research reveals the extinction of plant or animal species from extreme environmental change increases the risk of an “extinction domino effect” that could annihilate all […]

Data science solution for sales – and networking

An Adelaide entrepreneur is at the cutting-edge of technology to help businesses outsmart competitors and escalate their success through artificial intelligence, customised data analytics – and […]

Effort ensures RAH goods will reach PNG Highlands

Perseverance by Flinders University PhD candidate Shila Paia will ensure that essential medical goods saved from Adelaide’s old Royal Adelaide Hospital will finally reach earthquake-ravaged areas […]