New measure of wind turbine night noise

With wind generation one of the fastest-growing renewable energy sectors in the world, Flinders University experts are using machine learning and other signal processing techniques to […]

Drug combo cuts severity of sleep apnoea

Australian researchers have successfully repurposed two existing medications to reduce the severity of sleep apnoea in people by at least 30 per cent. The new research […]

Immunity boost in the gut

Varying immune response to vaccinations could be countered with microbiota-targeted interventions helping infants, older people and others to take full advantage of the benefits of effective […]

Is Closing the Gap working?

Gaping policy shortfalls in the Australian Government’s ‘Closing the Gap’ program have seen it fail to reduce disparities in Indigenous health, income, employment, child removal and […]

Burns victims struggling to pay

Living away from community and Country, Aboriginal families of children with severe burns also face critical financial stress to cover the associated costs of health care […]

New weapon against inflammation

Flinders University researchers have discovered a new anti-inflammatory role for well-known blood clot protein fibrinogen, which could support targeted new treatments for kidney, heart and other […]

Funding boost for big Ideas

A fresh approach to improve COVID-19 and other lung disease treatment,  innovative research on rheumatoid arthritis, and cancer therapy are three areas of Flinders University research […]

New insights to childhood dementia

Is the eye a window to the brain in Sanfilippo syndrome, an untreatable form of childhood-onset dementia, Australian researchers ask in a new publication. The findings […]