How does our brain deal with technology and modern global challenges? Is it keeping pace with the speed of contemporary living and the ever-increasing influx of […]
A story linking the ancient and modern story of Woomera and the Nullabor Plain has won a national award for Flinders space and Indigenous archaeology expert […]
Thousands of scientists, including up to 20 astronauts, are heading to Adelaide for the 2017 international space conference. The Space Industry Association of Australia is hosting […]
As South Australia faces many new challenges, a special publication State of Hope examines how past strengths can be used to inspire renewal and revitalisation.
South Australia is a leader in mining technology, and it could one day take a lead in the exploration of space for minerals.
Space archaeologist Dr Alice Gorman will present at in international heritage conference in Adelaide – ahead of the annual Flinders University Investigator Lecture in November.
Flinders University archaeologist Dr Alice Gorman has become the first woman to be elected to the National Executive Council of the Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA).
Early Thursday morning, Australian time, the world held its breath as a bar fridge-sized landing probe, Philae, touched down on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
Marking a major milestone, Flinders University has officially cracked one million readers on The Conversation.