In a win-win for a cleaner planet, scientists have devised a way to use waste cooking oil and sulphur to extract the neurotoxin mercury from the […]
Flinders PhD candidate Max Worthington will put his world-class environmental research on show at Science at the Shine Dome in Canberra this month. He has been […]
Work at Flinders to test and commercialise a new method to remove mercury pollution from land and water will progress this year with an $80,000 Australian Government environmental […]
From environmental and mental health to rural worker conditions in Bangladesh, Flinders higher-degree research is making a difference.
A brand new, dirt cheap, non-toxic polymer that literally sucks mercury out of water and soil is set to become a game changer in the battle against one of the world’s most reviled pollutants.