Pockets of small landholdings used for hobby farms and grazing are most susceptible to urban infill and industrial development, leaving larger horticultural and dryland farms for […]
Southeast Asia’s newest sovereign state Timor-Leste is getting a helping hand from Flinders University.
In a world first, a Flinders designed wastewater treatment system has been accepted as an alternative to existing passive lagoon systems for use in South Australia.
Professor Iain Hay’s public lecture tomorrow will detail how the consumption decisions of the super rich unwittingly shape the spending patterns and environmental impacts of millions of people.
Three Flinders Investigators lectures celebrate National Science Week, with solar power first in the spotlight at Flinders city today.
A Flinders demographer says that Timor-Leste’s population ‘bubble’ needs strategic investment to turn it into a social and economic dividend.
Flinders University student and environmentalist Saskia Gerhardy is among the South Australian winners of the Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards.
As a young girl growing up on a rural property south of Adelaide, Flinders student and Channel 9 awards finalist Saskia Gerhardy, was always caring for sick and injured birds or small animals.
White Sharks – the world’s largest predatory fish – have the impressive ability to follow the direction of the sun to hunt their prey, new research from Flinders University reveals.