Flinders University student Leila Nazimi has won the Governor’s International Student of the Year Award.
The Verco Medal – the highest honour bestowed by the Royal Society of South Australia – has been awarded to Flinders University’s internationally-esteemed palaeontologist, Professor John Long.
A high resolution paternity test to help combat the illegal carpet python trade is being developed by Flinders University wildlife forensic DNA specialist Sherryn Ciavaglia.
Flinders University staff Dr Daniel Tune and Karen Burke da Silva have been recognised for their contributions to science in this year’s South Australian Science Excellence Awards.
Decades of fossil-related data collected by Flinders University researchers will soon be available for open access thanks to a new collaboration with eResearch@Flinders.
The hunt is on to find the rightful parents of a fossil egg that reputedly belongs to an extinct ancient bird from the Australian Ice Age.
An ancient fossil fish that lived 423 million years ago – representing the earliest large vertebrate predator in the fossil record – has been described by Flinders University palaeontologist Dr Brian Choo.
Far from being a threat to fisheries, new research from Flinders University suggests whales may in fact play a key role in sustaining fish stocks.
The genetic record of bee species in the islands of the South Pacific carries evidence of the dramatic global effects of climate change over the past 20,000 years, Flinders research has found.