Big step for hip implants

Infections after hip replacements and from orthopaedic device procedures can be complicated and lead to painful and repeat surgeries, with the chance of ‘superbugs’ leading to […]

Lizard, snake T-cell mystery

Studies of Australian sleepy lizards have raised new questions about vertebrate immunity after researchers identified the evolutionary disappearance of genes needed for some T cell production […]

Flinders on the map at History Festival

Matthew Flinders: The Man Behind The Map, a new collection of historical insights into Flinders University’s namesake, will be launched as part of South Australia’s History […]

The unique relationship between coach and parent

Unrealistic expectations, conflicting goals, perceptions of qualifications, and sideline interferences can lead to hostile relationships between parents and sporting coaches, according to a new analysis. Research […]

Polymer battery a step closer

An international research team has moved closer to developing a more sustainable, rechargeable ‘organic’ battery model by doubling its energy storage capability. With the aim to […]

What’s the most physical AFL position?

What’s the most demanding position in modern AFL? New research is providing greater understanding about the physical demands placed on Australian rules football players in their positions […]

Better gauge of dry river flows

A new study identifies gaps in data on streams around the world, highlighting potential priorities for future installation of monitoring tools. The US-led international research – […]

Green light for Flinders students

Eleven outstanding Flinders University students will receive vital support from this year’s Playford Memorial Trust Scholarship program. Playford Trust scholarships and awards aim to help students […]