Green light for Flinders students

Eleven outstanding Flinders University students will receive vital support from this year’s Playford Memorial Trust Scholarship program. Playford Trust scholarships and awards aim to help students […]

Grave health of our pioneer settlers

In one of the first studies of its kind, Australian scientists have investigated the health and economic status of a group of migrant settlers to colonial […]

Out of this world experiment lands in space

A world-first – or solar system-first – archaeological project has this week begun on the International Space Station. Led by archaeologists Associate Professor Alice Gorman from […]

Climate change challenge to ancient sites

From ancient sites in Eastern Europe and North America to the Philippines, Australia’s oldest Indigenous rock art and “drowning islands” in the Pacific, climate change is […]

Dutch courage before 1770

Some of the first major exchanges between European and First Nations peoples on the Tiwi Islands, Cobourg Peninsula and Croker Island give new insights into the […]

When rock art meets machine learning

Rock art of human figures created over thousands of years in Arnhem Land has been put through a transformative machine learning study to analyse style changes […]