Flinders University is preparing for the arrival of two captive bred Little Penguins, which will move into the University’s state-of-the-art Biology Discovery Centre today (February 14).
High-tech, thin film gadgets – including smartphones, tablets and interactive TVs – are being used by a growing number of households worldwide.
Flinders University researcher Amy Macken has discovered the age of sedimentary layers in the Naracoorte Caves using a cutting-edge computer modelling technique that has never before been used on an Australian fossil site.
A group of South Australia’s leading groundwater scientists, including researchers from Flinders University, is embarking on a $3 million, two-year project to map the aquifers beneath Adelaide.
In a major evolutionary discovery, Flinders University palaeontologist Professor John Long (pictured) has found evidence to show that four-legged animals first developed the ability to breathe air as ancient fish in water.
With silicon solar cells set to become a thing of the past, a Flinders University researcher has developed a novel computer system to find the best emerging carbon nanotubes to fuel the future.
Fossil deposits in the Naracoorte Caves, parental involvement in junior football and Australia’s adoption of compulsory voting are among the winning research themes of Flinders University’s 2013 Best Student Research Paper Awards.
Almost $7 million worth of grants – including six Future Fellowships – have been awarded to Flinders University researchers from the Australian Research Council (ARC).
The first flocks of birds to move into Flinders University’s state-of-the-art Biology Discovery Centre are thriving in their new surrounds.