Innovation in kidney disease testing

Kidney disease is a growing global problem, with a new portable device developed by Flinders University showcasing some of the science and innovation being thrown at […]

Carbon a credit to recycle concrete

Amid the rubble of large-sale earthquake, war or other disaster – and as ageing buildings and infrastructure are replaced – mountains of concrete are often taken […]

Nature’s call to nanotech

Shark skin and dragonfly wings are two of nanotech researchers’ favourite things in new studies looking for solutions to maritime and medical mysteries. The microscopic makeup […]

Not-so-tough Teflon

Ever noticed how your non-stick cookware wears thin over time?  Scientists from Newcastle University and Flinders University have now been able to measure how millions of […]

Mobile kidney disease testing

A new portable medical device for monitoring and early detection of chronic kidney disease, which affects an estimated 9% of the world’s population, has been shown […]

Reducing plastic in gardens

With plastic waste a worldwide problem, consumers can take steps to reduce use and recycle more household packaging – including in their own backyard. A new […]

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 […]

Visionary bone damage study

A novel way to pinpoint and illuminate bone damage promises to make X-rays more efficient at diagnosing bone and other injuries, Flinders University researchers say. The […]