Scientists have discovered that Australasian killer whales revolve around matrilineal ties after using DNA to determine their populations across the region. Killer whales are the ocean’s […]
A second ancient lungfish has been discovered in Africa, adding another piece to the jigsaw of evolving aquatic life forms more than 400 million years ago. […]
A giant, flying turkey as tall as a kangaroo is among five extinct large megapode birds discovered by palaentologists at Flinders University. All five birds were […]
To raise awareness and understanding about palliative care, Flinders has created some useful resources from the Dying2Learn MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). Dying2Learn was developed and run […]
Ageing populations and increasing demand for improved quality of life for the rising number of people with disabilities present an opportunity for South Australia to become […]
Three Flinders research papers have been recognised by awards from the National Institute of Forensic Science. The Institute, which is the peak body for forensic science in […]
Australia’s first dedicated optometry service for people with autism is set to make a difference for some of our most vulnerable citizens.
A newly discovered distant relative of the duck has just been hailed as an ancestor of the biggest bird the world has ever known by a […]
When Flinders University’s Professor Colin Raston unboiled an egg earlier this year with his ‘Vortex Fluidic Device’, in a feat previously considered impossible by science, he made TV screens and front pages all over the world.