The leading international research publisher, Nature, has named Flinders University in its 2016 ‘Rising Stars’ in the Asia-Pacific.
Rising Flinders medical researchers Stephanie Shepheard and Mona Awadalla will be in the spotlight at this year’s SA 2016 Fresh Science challenge.
In a high calibre field, the work of 10 early-career researchers has been acknowledged by Flinders Vice-Chancellor Awards.
A brand new, dirt cheap, non-toxic polymer that literally sucks mercury out of water and soil is set to become a game changer in the battle against one of the world’s most reviled pollutants.
One of the world’s most in-demand anaesthetics can now be produced on the spot, thanks to the thermos-flask sized device that recently won Flinders inventor Professor Colin Raston an Ig Nobel prize.
Ridding the environment of toxic waste, and finding creative uses for industrial byproducts, is the business of Flinders ARC Discovery Early Career researcher Dr Justin Chalker. The lecturer […]