Device cracks milk protein

After gaining world attention by ‘unboiling’ egg protein, Flinders University scientists have now used an Australian-made novel thin film microfluidic device to manipulate Beta-lactoglobulin (β-lactoglobulin), the […]

New directions in energy storage

Progress is being made on developing more efficient lithium-ion batteries, with Flinders University researchers supporting work on a clean, green energy platform. SA Scientist of the […]

Leading the way on new discoveries

Major new research at Flinders University will help start new industries, including new products and clean technologies to remove toxic waste, and delve into Australian history […]

Next-gen solar cells spin in new direction

A new nanomaterial made from phosphorus, known as phosphorene, is shaping up as a key ingredient for more sustainable and efficient next-generation perovskite solar cells (PSCs). […]

Professor Colin Raston, left, and Mr Thaar Alharbi with the Vortex Fluidic Device.

Leading students bolster best research

Flinders University’s most innovative research is being greatly assisted by the input of leading students undertaking Higher Degrees by Research – helping to further the application […]