Flinders University researchers have invented a revolutionary method to test for food poisoning in fish.
Scientists from Flinders and the US have found a way to essentially uncook an egg, in a remarkable breakthrough that could drastically cut costs for the pharmaceutical industry.
Grants worth almost $7 million have been awarded to Flinders in the Australian Research Council’s 2015 funding program – announced for the first time at Flinders University Victoria Square today.
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.
Medical discoveries with the potential to treat conditions ranging from cancer to Golden Staph have earned two Flinders University researchers a prestigious Tall Poppy Award for 2014.
They’re smaller than the eye can see, as fast as a speeding bullet, and may hold the key to some of Australia’s deadliest puzzles.
Sports scholarships awarded by Flinders will help a group of elite student athletes combine their academic and sporting pursuits.
Emerging research leaders from diverse fields including criminology and materials science are among the winners of Flinders University’s Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Early Career Researchers.
High-tech, thin film gadgets – including smartphones, tablets and interactive TVs – are being used by a growing number of households worldwide.