Today in Paris, Flinders will become only the second university in the world to chair a UNESCO UNITWIN Network for Underwater Archaeology Meeting, cementing the University’s position at the […]
The lure of a hidden Irish settlement near Kapunda has been drawing Susan Arthure back to Baker’s Flat for a long time – and this week, she plans on finally finding it.
Research to pioneer new materials for industry and a study that aims to shed light on a key evolutionary development are among Flinders projects to receive $4.3 million in ARC funding.
Flinders University archaeologist Dr Alice Gorman has become the first woman to be elected to the National Executive Council of the Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA).
A Flinders University researcher is on a quest to dig out the history of Normanville, shedding new light on the heritage and significance of the coastal South Australian town.
“So, it’s kind of like a celestial race track on which the original model of every winning sports car ever made is still racing around … forever … totally intact … all at the same time?”
As a specialist in prehistoric underwater archaeology, Dr Jonathan Benjamin looks at rising sea levels a little bit differently from most people.
There’s a ghost town on Baker’s Flat in South Australia, but you have to look hard to find it.
Staff and students from Flinders University’s Archaeology Department have been busy packing and sending books to disadvantaged countries this week as part of the Global Libraries Program.