New research at Flinders has identified an area of upwelling – a site where complex natural dynamics bring up deep-sea water and nutrients to the sea’s upper layers – on the west coast of Tasmania.
The analytics used to improve assembly lines may seem worlds apart from hospital beds, but the skills of engineers offer real opportunities to improve hospital flow and reduce waiting times.
How many scientists does it take to change the batteries in a Collins Class submarine? What? You didn’t even know submarines had batteries?
A high resolution paternity test to help combat the illegal carpet python trade is being developed by Flinders University wildlife forensic DNA specialist Sherryn Ciavaglia.
The traditionally male-dominated disciplines of engineering, information technology (IT) and mathematics are igniting the interests of local Adelaide high school girls.
Flinders University staff Dr Daniel Tune and Karen Burke da Silva have been recognised for their contributions to science in this year’s South Australian Science Excellence Awards.
Flinders University’s new integrated waste treatment and algae growing system at Roseworthy Piggery, north of Adelaide, aims to make pork production more sustainable and eco-friendly.
Decades of fossil-related data collected by Flinders University researchers will soon be available for open access thanks to a new collaboration with eResearch@Flinders.
Medical discoveries with the potential to treat conditions ranging from cancer to Golden Staph have earned two Flinders University researchers a prestigious Tall Poppy Award for 2014.