What waddled on land but swam quickly in subtropical seas more than 60 million years ago, after the dinosaurs were wiped out on sea and land? […]
In-depth studies into understanding underground water at mine sites – and to improve the management of Australian and NZ snapper fisheries – will be led by […]
A new pigeon species, the Zealandian Dove, which is related to the extinct dodo, has been identified by Australian and NZ researchers. New Zealand only has […]
Not all prehistoric birds came in extra-large sizes. An international team of scientists has identified the fossilised bones of two new species of flightless birds of […]
Not all fowl are chickens and ducks. Australia’s giant mihirungs (Dromornithidae) were flightless fowl that included some of the most massive birds in the world, such […]
Flinders at Tonsley has forged some new networking connections, this time with five New Zealand universities and NZ government officials after a study tour hosted by Cisco Australia.
A new Flinders University study shows that coastal ocean currents in parts of southern Australia have a major bearing on marine animal movement.
Home-grown terrorism, border control, cybercrime and miscarriages of justice are being addressed as Flinders hosts the 28th Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference.
The New Zealand Governor-General has joined a growing list of high-profile dignitaries to visit Flinders University’s new $120 million Tonsley facility.