National experts gathered at Flinders University this week to innovate STEM teaching. The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME), from 26 to 28 September, […]
Flinders University can boast an Ig Nobel prize! Professor Colin Raston has been honoured with the coveted award for inventing a device that can change the structure of proteins, famously demonstrated by uncooking an egg.
The feat of science that has “made people laugh, then made them think” has earned him and his team a “baby” Nobel, a prize almost as famous as its Swedish namesake.
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.
Secondary school teacher Adam Wallace has spent three days at Flinders to discover what the University’s scientists are up to, and will take his insights back to Unley High School for the benefit of his students.
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.
Research published in the journal Science shows the kiwi’s closest relative to be the Madagascan elephant bird – and they both once flew.
Australia cannot afford to rest on its educational laurels, Professor Martin Westwell says.
World-leading groundwater scientist, Flinders University professor Craig Simmons, has been named a finalist in the prestigious Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
The discovery of ancient fishes with rippling abdominal muscles shows that palaeontology still holds an important role in modern science.