New weapon against inflammation

Flinders University researchers have discovered a new anti-inflammatory role for well-known blood clot protein fibrinogen, which could support targeted new treatments for kidney, heart and other […]

Heated debate on lizard sex

Sex is a complicated affair for Australia’s Jacky Dragon lizard. When an embryo is developing, one of the most important events is when it becomes either […]

Bile acids may hold clue to colon cancer

Examining gut health from a different angle, Flinders University’s Associate Professor Robyn Meech is looking at what can trigger colon cancer – and she believes bile […]

Inaugural digital shipbuilding graduates shine

51 shipbuilding workers have all started in new highly-skilled roles after graduating from Australia’s first digital shipbuilding course, the Diploma of Digital Technologies. Developed through a […]

Boost for dementia care in China

Flinders University is leading a major new program to provide high-quality support for carers of more than 11 million people living with dementia in China, or […]

Solving chronic pain during intercourse

Women suffering from chronic conditions that result in painful intercourse represent about 10% of females of reproductive age – triggering a combined economic burden of more […]

Dual treatments help PTSD and depression

Reducing the severity of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression – an urgent concern in the era of COVID-19 lockdown and isolation traumas – may benefit […]