Students’ word of the year is ‘power’

After another disrupted school year during the COVID-19 lockdowns, it’s not surprising that Australian students have used their imaginations to reclaim control of their lives through […]

Face mask warning as SA borders open

With South Australian borders opening to travellers from all Australian states and territories today, Flinders University researchers are concerned poor mask habits may put South Australians […]

New study revises fossil discovery

An international team of scientists have debunked an earlier description of a fossil thought to be the remarkable missing link between lizards and snakes. The new […]

Making a sleep device fit, not miss

Experts are working on a way to make dental appliances more effective in reducing the effects of sleep apnea and snoring. Led by Flinders University, Australian […]

Call for action on school retention rates

Significant problems with school student attendance and retention rates in South Australia have not been addressed with adequate resources and strategies, and remain a serious concern, […]

Climate change challenge to ancient sites

From ancient sites in Eastern Europe and North America to the Philippines, Australia’s oldest Indigenous rock art and “drowning islands” in the Pacific, climate change is […]

Smartphone apps and back pain treatments

Australians hoping to reduce medical and physiotherapy costs by using smartphone apps to self-manage lower back pain could be setting themselves up for failure – with […]

Calculating a dangerous heartbeat

Predicting how ventricular fibrillation will behave in an individual patient can be accurately modelled using a single mathematical equation, according to Flinders University researchers. Ventricular fibrillation […]