Seaweed-lobster jelly that helps children get more calcium is just one of several products set to roll out from Flinders University biomedical research team. A new […]
With more than 8,700 known species worldwide, sea sponges (phylum Porifera) are difficult to identify but Flinders University researchers have developed a new identification protocol.
CSIRO senior scientists will join forces with Flinders researchers to bring a new health product from the lab to market.
South Australia’s rich marine environment will yield more value-added products under a new research agreement between Flinders University and one of China’s largest seaweed product companies.
Marine biotechnology, entrepreneurship and health education were the focus of high-level talks by Flinders University during a large South Australian trade mission to China.
Flinders University is exploring international research opportunities in clean technology and marine bioproducts, following a recent group mission to China’s Shandong Province.
Flinders is to receive $450,000 over three years from a major Chinese corporation to further the University’s research into the potential conversion of seaweed.