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 University’s most innovative research is being greatly assisted by the input of leading students undertaking Higher Degrees by Research – helping to further the application […]
The future of improved biomarkers is looking brighter as Flinders University researchers shine a laser light on promising new ‘green’ compounds for medical applications. Streamlining production […]
Traditional Chinese Medicine is a growing industry and South Australia is emerging as potential key supplier of medicine ingredients. The role of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) […]
A joint agreement to conduct bold and innovative research into marine and terrestrial biotechnology products has been signed by Flinders University and Shandong Academy of Sciences in China. The new joint […]
Seaweed-lobster jelly that helps children get more calcium is just one of several products set to roll out from Flinders University biomedical research team. A new […]
With more than 8,700 known species worldwide, sea sponges (phylum Porifera) are difficult to identify but Flinders University researchers have developed a new identification protocol.
CSIRO senior scientists will join forces with Flinders researchers to bring a new health product from the lab to market.
Demand for marine bioresources such as algae, sea cucumber, squid, chitin and collagen are growing for use in health foods, functional products, drugs and industrial biomaterials, a Flinders symposium has heard.