Battery power better than lithium or even solar is under development as researchers work to efficiently capture the energy of graphene oxide (GO). Under a new […]
From the shearing shed to catwalk, world stockpiles of waste wool are suddenly in fashion with Flinders scientists.
South Australia’s rich marine environment will yield more value-added products under a new research agreement between Flinders University and one of China’s largest seaweed product companies.
A groundbreaking nanoparticle system which stimulates the growth of microalgae has been developed by a team of Australian scientists, including Flinders clean technology expert Professor Colin Raston.
Creating a zero-waste society through products and processes that are “benign by design” is essential to the future of humanity, Flinders University’s Professor Colin Raston says.
Establishing an integrated research and teaching institute for clean technology is Professor Colin Raston’s ultimate goal.