Young job-seekers prepare for job changes

With robotics and artificial intelligence causing job cuts and large-scale automation in most industries, tech-savvy young people are already preparing for rapid changes in their working […]

How the gut may help to drive COVID-19

New findings from Flinders University have demonstrated a molecular link between COVID-19 and serotonin cells in the gut. The research could help provide further clues to […]

Hurdles for abortion services in SA

Even before the pandemic, access to safe abortion was unequal in South Australia. Now Flinders University researchers warn that delivery of high quality, safe abortion services […]

Economic measures help pandemic response

Australia’s major banking and fintech sectors were buoyed by early government macroeconomic responses to the challenges posed by COVID-19, new research shows. Flinders University and Griffith […]

Big step in rapid diagnostics

The high-tech Flinders University vortex fluidic device has been used to test for infectious diseases such as flu and COVID-19 within five minutes. The speedy high-tech […]

Parasites thrive if hosts survive

Like diseases affecting humans, parasites can wage a deadly evolutionary ‘arms race’ against their hosts. But can hosts and parasites upgrade their weapons at the same […]