New research has revealed how an endangered turtle capable of traversing big distances to find a mate may not do so due to seasonal ocean currents. […]
Flinders’ ecologists have discovered that the DNA of Australia’s wetland fish may hold the ‘golden key’ to saving them from climate change. A team led by Professor […]
Researchers at Flinders have created SWINGER, computer software with an algorithm that uses information from DNA to match-make endangered animals for captive breeding.
A new Flinders University study shows that coastal ocean currents in parts of southern Australia have a major bearing on marine animal movement.
Endangered and iconic sea turtles have a record in their DNA pointing to loss of genetic diversity caused by recent human exploitation.
Flinders University projects have received more than $1.3 million in Australian Research Council Linkage funding announced today by the Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Senator Kim Carr.