Experts are calling for more work to find better targeted treatments for anorexia nervosa, a global problem underpinning the highest mortality of any psychological condition A […]
Tales of love, hatred and jealousy are explored in an award-winning play by Flinders graduate CJ (Callum) McLean. The River, which won the Senior Award in […]
Flinders SA Young Tall Poppy scientist Dr Justin Chalker is part of pioneering international research focused on a radical approach to protein mutation.
Jordan Gifford-Moore, a Law and Arts student at Flinders, is the recipient of the Rhodes Scholarship for 2017 for South Australia.
When Professor Bruce Mitchell addresses a new group of students at the start of each year, he shares a sobering fact.
When someone tells you that they studied animal and movie law with no intention of working in either area, it’s hard not to raise an eyebrow – or even two.
A world-leading expert in manipulating the human experience by playing with the senses, is joining forces with Flinders to find out how people influence our ability to pay attention to the world around us.
Budding neuroscientist Emma Lawrance has just won a prestigious Clarendon Scholarship to study at Oxford.
Strategies that treat food as an “energy source” may be unhelpful in countering obesity because they do not relate to the way most people think about eating, according to General Sir John Monash Scholarship winner and Flinders graduate, Amy McLennan.