Big step in rapid diagnostics

The high-tech Flinders University vortex fluidic device has been used to test for infectious diseases such as flu and COVID-19 within five minutes. The speedy high-tech […]

How to mix the ‘un-mixable’

Imagine making some liquids mix that do not mix, then unmixing them. In one of the grand challenges of science, a Flinders University device which previously ‘unboiled’ […]

Device cracks milk protein

After gaining world attention by ‘unboiling’ egg protein, Flinders University scientists have now used an Australian-made novel thin film microfluidic device to manipulate Beta-lactoglobulin (β-lactoglobulin), the […]

Flinders at forefront of science awards

From Excellence in Science and Industry Collaboration to Scientist of the Year, Flinders University was at the forefront of the 2020 SA Science Excellence and Innovation […]

New directions in energy storage

Progress is being made on developing more efficient lithium-ion batteries, with Flinders University researchers supporting work on a clean, green energy platform. SA Scientist of the […]

New frontier in enzyme chemical processing

A new technique to make cheaper more efficient biological enzyme hybrids could have valuable applications in future water recycling, targeted drug manufacturing and other industries, Flinders […]

Celebrating trailblazers of science at Flinders

Three of Flinders University’s emerging stars of research – hydrogeologist Dr Margaret Shanafield, archaeologist Dr Ian Moffat and palaeontologist Dr Alice Clement – have been named […]