Flinders University PhD graduate and Australian bee photographer James B Dorey has had a new bee species named after him. With 1668 known species of bee […]
After centuries of human impact on the world’s ecosystems, a new study from Flinders University details an example of how a common native bee species has […]
Scientists at Flinders are investigating the effects of global warming on native bees, including the common carpenter bee.
Flinders University scooped the Science Excellence awards, with water scientist Professor Craig Simmons taking the coveted SA Scientist of the Year award.
Flinders University is flying the flag in the 2015 SA Science Excellence Awards with five finalists in an impressive field.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Doctoral Thesis Excellence for 2014 has been awarded to 12 leading graduates from the four faculties at Flinders.