As drought, bushfire, large-scale agriculture and introduced species devastate biodiversity and long-term prosperity around the world, Indigenous academics are calling for a fresh look at the […]
The Breaking Bad movie El Camino story line focusing on drug production is more relevant than ever- with a new study revealing methamphetamine contamination in houses is […]
Female geoscientists are calling for more women in senior positions to reduce barriers to success in their profession. Dr Graziela Miot da Silva, Senior Lecturer in […]
Moves to explore and drill for oil and gas in the Great Australian Bight highlight the need for Australia to develop a sustainable offshore energy planning […]
Sand dunes provide important signs about climate change – and now scientists are using them to forecast the future of coastal environments and marginal farming areas […]
Flinders Professor Patrick Hesp will deliver the 10 Commandments of Coastal Management at an international geography conference this month. He points to unprecedented growth in global […]
Flinders University student and environmentalist Saskia Gerhardy is among the South Australian winners of the Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards.
Creating a zero-waste society through products and processes that are “benign by design” is essential to the future of humanity, Flinders University’s Professor Colin Raston says.
A group of international students who have flourished in making the leap from secondary school to Flinders University have won this year’s International Student Transition Awards.