A survey, currently being rolled out nationally, will ask students in years 4, 6 and 8 from a large sample of schools across all states and territories about their wellbeing.
Far from being a threat to fisheries, new research from Flinders University suggests whales may in fact play a key role in sustaining fish stocks.
Your business may seem fit and healthy, but has it been checked by a doctor recently?
Flinders University’s National Institute of Labour Studies is drawing attention to research showing that the human costs of public sector cuts will affect public servants for years.
It’s the most daunting legal theatre on Earth, a place where countries and states go head to head over points of international law, with the best lawyers in the world on centre stage.
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.
It would take a decade to recover the lost research capability of Australian universities if the Federal Government was to cut $400 million in medical research funding, according to Flinders University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Michael Barber.
Flinders University is well positioned to successfully meet the challenges of a more competitive higher education sector from 2012, according to Vice-Chancellor, Professor Michael Barber, whose contract has been extended by University Council until the end of 2014.