Three Flinders University researchers have received prestigious Future Fellowships from the Australian Research Council, securing $2.18 million to fund their research over the next five years.
Maritime archaeologists have been going to great lengths to unearth a Victorian shipwreck and its artefacts, only to bury them again.
Teenage girls are spending a concerning amount of time on the Internet, potentially leading to low self-esteem and body dissatisfaction.
Researchers from Flinders University are on a mission to document Australia and New Zealand’s digital heritage – from amateur-made computer games of the 80s to a […]
Flinders University researchers have achieved the University’s best result in the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) Future Fellowships and Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards, winning $2.6 million for five research projects.
Kangaroo Island’s phases of connection and disconnection with the mainland make it of special interest to palaeontologists, and a Flinders University project that will track the resulting effects on the island’s fauna and flora has received funding from the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) grants.
Flinders University herpetologist Professor Michael Bull has been named as one of four finalists for the title of Scientist of the Year in the 2011 South Australian Science Excellence Awards.
On the back of a groundbreaking scientific discovery, researchers from Flinders University are pushing ahead with a plan to create super-rice that could potentially combat nutrient deficiencies in third-world countries.
A project that aims to counter diabetes-related eye damage by identifying the condition’s underlying genetic risk factors has won Flinders University researcher Dr Kathryn Burdon a grant of more than $952,000 from the National Health and Medical Research Council.