COVID-19 case

    A message from Vice-Chancellor Stirling. This afternoon I have been advised of the first confirmed COVID-19 case in the University. A third-year student tested […]

COVID-19, not ‘just a flu’

The avalanche of coronavirus infections in the current pandemic has been accompanied by a similar avalanche of information, making it hard to sift reliable news from […]

Future of valuable wetland in focus

Experts in groundwater ecosystems are examining the mysteries of aquifer that maintain water flow through the environmentally important Doongmabulla Springs Complex (DSC) in Queensland’s Galilee Basin. […]

Engaging with the church to fight DV

New research in Australia aims to gain insights into how religious beliefs and practices can unintentionally contribute to domestic violence. A new Australian Research Council Linkage […]

New measure for excessive buying problems

Excessive or uncontrolled buying or shopping is a highly prevalent, disabling and growing problem, yet measuring the extent and effects of this significant psychological problem and […]

VegKit for Aussie kids

Flinders University nutrition experts have contributed to a newly launched online registry of resources that aims to help boost vegetable consumption in Aussie kids. The searchable […]

$5m National Electronic Warfare Centre

A five-year, $5 million initiative to develop and sustain Electronic Warfare (EW) related skills in the defence sector is being established at Flinders University, enhancing South […]