Gather Round study sets goals

The 2025 dates for the next AFL ‘Gather Round’ series in South Australia have been announced, after this year’s round brought in economic benefits of more […]

Space open to cyber attack

Cybersecurity in the space domain is an emerging area of focus for government and industry around the world. Recent events in conflict zones have further reenforced […]

Gold star for green fluidic device

In a surprise discovery, Flinders University nanotechnology researchers have produced a range of different types of gold nanoparticles by adjusting water flow in the novel vortex […]

Benchmarks for food safety standards

Australia’s high standards of food safety inspections set the bar high for cafes, restaurants and other shop owners to maintain hygiene standards but new research by […]

Embracing body image in motherhood

The changes of motherhood can make women vulnerable to negative body image, but experts at Flinders University are encouraging women to embrace body image interventions to […]

Pressure on aquaculture to grow

New technologies in marine aquaculture are increasing globally, not just to meet the growing demand for seafood as wild fish populations continue to decline but also […]

Keep an eagle eye out for kestrels

The public is invited to help raptor ecologists at Flinders University’s BirdLab work on observing and conserving the ‘charismatic’ Nankeen kestrel, a small native bird of prey, which […]