With millions facing hunger around the world, Flinders University researchers are looking into novel properties of leading edible plants which could enhance future food crop production. […]
In hotter, dryer conditions with climate change, a secret agent for more sustainable agricultural production could lie in harvesting the diverse beneficial soil microbiome in native […]
Using marine sponges, Flinders University researchers have developed a new technique to read complex microbial populations – a technique that could also be applied to improve […]
Flinders researchers are partnering with US agricultural technology company Indigo to get improved crop seed to market.
Strategic agreements with three leading universities in India will lift Flinders University’s international ties.
Two tiny bugs have been found by Flinders to give feed crops “bigger muscles”, potentially boosting farmers’ bottom lines by millions of dollars.
Medical specialists from China’s Central South University will spend the next few weeks learning about rural and remote general practice at Flinders.
A scheme to farm rainbow trout and organic vegetables has won the Flinders University Business Plan Competition.
Commercial viability of high-value macroalgal (seaweed) bioproducts for human health is a step closer with a research collaboration between Flinders University biotechnologists and Australian Kelp Products.