All aboard! Flinders line opens

Students, workers and residents of Adelaide’s southern suburbs will enjoy better, more frequent services on the brand new $141 million Flinders Rail Line. Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin […]

Satellite tracking supports blue whale survival

Extensive satellite tracking has revealed important new knowledge about the little known pygmy blue whale population of Southern Australia. Marine scientists from Flinders University, Australian Marine […]

Silver lining of marine paints

Nanoscale changes to industrial coatings can make them stronger, more environmentally friendly and better biosecurity barriers to block marine pest invasions of ports and coastlines. It’s […]

Sights set on curbing ‘crime guns’

A community or sub-culture encouraging young men’s exposure and obsession with guns – as well as ready access to firearms and drugs – can make gun […]

Funding boost for big Ideas

A fresh approach to improve COVID-19 and other lung disease treatment,  innovative research on rheumatoid arthritis, and cancer therapy are three areas of Flinders University research […]

Little Cornwall heritage is ‘gold’

Settlement and development of South Australia’s ‘Copper Triangle’ by Cornish miners not only helped put the colony on the road to prosperity but remains a showcase […]

Flinders to revitalise Creative Arts

An increase in contemporary and innovative topics is at the heart of plans to reposition Flinders University’s Drama offerings and confirm its Bachelor of Creative Arts […]