Traditional Chinese Medicine is a growing industry and South Australia is emerging as potential key supplier of medicine ingredients. The role of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) […]
A joint agreement to conduct bold and innovative research into marine and terrestrial biotechnology products has been signed by Flinders University and Shandong Academy of Sciences in China. The new joint […]
Demand for marine bioresources such as algae, sea cucumber, squid, chitin and collagen are growing for use in health foods, functional products, drugs and industrial biomaterials, a Flinders symposium has heard.
A new research alliance at Flinders has attracting Chinese investment to the emerging field of high-value proteins and peptides produced from marine microalgae.
The export value of Australian Holothurians (better known as humble sea cucumbers) is rising after Flinders researchers start to unravel their nutritional and medicinal value.
Lobster lovers rejoice; for you could soon see lobster-infused chips, dips, crackers and seasonings stocked on your supermarket shelves.
Two Flinders University affiliates have been inducted as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE).
Moves are afoot to create a “blue economy” between South Australia and China’s Shandong Province, with a delegation from Flinders University now on a group mission to strengthen ties.
Business leaders from China’s pharmaceutical and seafood companies, as well as institute directors of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and top Chinese universities, converged on Adelaide last week for the inaugural SA-China Marine Biotechnology Forum.