Scientists from Flinders University have discovered rich anti-aging properties in South Australian brown seaweed that significantly increase collagen levels in the skin and protect against the […]
An algae propagation project at Flinders University has hit a significant milestone in breeding a marine organism from scratch in the lab to support the expansion […]
Marine microalgae-based cellular agriculture is a promising new way to sustainably produce plant-based ‘meat’ and healthy ‘superfoods’ for the future. Researchers at Flinders University’s Centre for […]
CSIRO senior scientists will join forces with Flinders researchers to bring a new health product from the lab to market.
Flinders is to receive $450,000 over three years from a major Chinese corporation to further the University’s research into the potential conversion of seaweed.
Scientists from Flinders University are on the path to discovering new super chemicals in seaweed.
Commercial viability of high-value macroalgal (seaweed) bioproducts for human health is a step closer with a research collaboration between Flinders University biotechnologists and Australian Kelp Products.