How the gut may help to drive COVID-19

New findings from Flinders University have demonstrated a molecular link between COVID-19 and serotonin cells in the gut. The research could help provide further clues to […]

Wheat plants yield a mechanism to flourish

Triggers for food crop growth are complex and new research by South Australian plant scientists is investigating one way wheat responds to common stresses such as […]

Flex begins its first passenger trip with Minister for Transport, the Hon Stephan Knoll on board.

Driverless shuttle trial advances

Stage two of an innovative driverless passenger shuttle trial at Tonsley plans to offer on demand technology for local residents, introduce high-tech infrastructure to improve autonomous […]

High-tech look inside opalised fossil

Palaeontologists are using the Flinders University micro-CT scanner and 3D printing to reconstruct a small dinosaur preserved as opal for more than 100 million years in […]

Students rate Flinders among nation’s best

Students have rated the exceptional learning experience provided by Flinders University as amongst the best in Australia, reflected in a continuing increase in undergraduate student satisfaction […]

Big bird bones show slow breeding

Big bones from the extinct ‘thunder bird’ or dromornithid, excavated in the northern reaches of the Flinders Ranges and near Alice Springs, have yielded new insights […]