The classic spaghetti western, Django, kicks off the ‘Step Back! 1966 in Review’ series for Flinders 50th anniversary this week.
A serious need to conserve superseded software and hardware is behind the launch today of the Computer Archaeology Laboratory at Flinders University at Tonsley.
Sound recording and editing for film and TV is one of those peculiar jobs where going unnoticed is often a measure of success, according to Flinders Creative Arts graduate, Belinda Trimboli.
“Obsessed” with romance novels and reality TV, Flinders University student Sarah Gates is playing the part of matchmaker by fusing the two genres to write her own love story.
A 7,500-year-old underwater water well that has been partially excavated from a site on Israel’s Mediterranean coast will give important insights into the Neolithic society that once lived there.
Belly dancers are more satisfied with their bodies and have better body image than young women who don’t belly dance, new Flinders research shows.
The eucalypt may be a uniquely and specifically Australian tree, but it’s also an international emigrant, says Flinders writer and academic Dr Danielle Clode.
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 student Leila Nazimi has won the Governor’s International Student of the Year Award.