Building bridges for disability work

Disability employment is gaining attention in Australia and slowly gaining interest from mainstream business leaders, Flinders University experts say. To address the issues, the Flinders University […]

Call for heart checks in pregnancy

Women with complicated pregnancies are often unaware of their higher risk of heart disease, Australian researchers warn in a new paper published in respected journal PLOS […]

When waste products can build a wall

Firing bricks and making mortar and cement is costly, but organic chemists at Flinders University are working on more sustainable alternatives – focusing on building materials […]

Eureka! Flinders is in the finals

A quest to help the planet live more sustainably by harnessing underutilised marine bio-resources, and a collective commitment to increase the representation of queer people in […]

Crib time curbs parent time

Parenting a young infant can be exhausting, and potentially deplete parents’ cognitive and emotional resources, but can it also intrude on parents’ sex life? A new […]

Dangerous pathogens lurk in wet areas

Hospitals and homes are havens for germs and disease – but a well-regulated hot water system can prevent the spread of waterborne pathogens, including an emerging […]