The discovery of ancient fishes with rippling abdominal muscles shows that palaeontology still holds an important role in modern science.
Flinders University’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor David Day, has just been elected to the Australian Academy of Science, joining an elite group of outstanding Australian scientists.
Biologist Karen Burke Da Silva is on a quest to increase Australia’s levels of scientific literacy.
Flinders will offer a new $8000 per year scholarship to a science, information technology or engineering undergraduate student in 2013.
A new Flinders University research centre that aims to change public and student perceptions about science and boost the nation’s prospects of meeting future skills needs […]
Two hundred primary and secondary teachers from across Australia will broaden their teaching horizons and tap the latest scientific knowledge when Flinders University hosts the inaugural […]