Coffin Bay – the popular tourist destination on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula – is known for its scenery, natural features and high-quality oysters and other marine […]
Flinders University researchers are looking for more accurate methods to detect traces of toxic methamphetamine contamination left behind on soft porous surfaces, clothing or in the […]
An Australian study of companies which test and clean contamination and chemicals left by illegal methamphetamine labs has raised concerns about inconsistent standards, guidelines and operating […]
Families unknowingly living in properties previously used as methamphetamine or ‘ice’ labs could be suffering from significant risks of inhalation and skin exposure as meth moves […]
The Breaking Bad movie El Camino story line focusing on drug production is more relevant than ever- with a new study revealing methamphetamine contamination in houses is […]
Professor Adrian Linacre, chair in Forensic DNA Technology at Flinders, has become national president of the Australian New Zealand Forensic Science Society.
More than 300 Year 10 students have helped to solve Flinders University’s twelfth “Chemical Murder Mystery” at the University’s Bedford Park campus.
Flinders University’s latest advance in forensic science should send a chill down the spines of would-be criminals.
Quiet achievements by two Flinders University scientists have been thrown into high relief with the presentation of the Unsung Heroes of Science Awards for 2011.