Australian kids know that sweet foods should only be eaten in moderation, but they continue to eat them frequently.

Call for UN crackdown on junk food ads

Enforcing changes to end unhealthy food marketing to children requires a radical new approach, such as using international human rights laws to make companies more responsible […]

New funding for diabetes research

Coinciding with National Diabetes Week (8-14 July), researchers at Flinders are embarking on two new studies to support those living with type 2 diabetes. Thanks to […]

Murray microbes test river health

Microbial readings from Murray River water samples are presenting an important new perspective on the river’s health. New research from Flinders University has taken a fresh […]

Discovery of SA’s oldest shipwreck

Flinders archaeology has helped locate and explore the site of South Australia’s oldest shipwreck at Encounter Bay near Victor Harbor. The barque South Australian was driven […]

Riana Cermak after receiving one of two Law Foundation of SA fellowships awarded last week.

Off to Oxford for law crusader

Flinders Honours law and international relations graduate Riana Cermak is off to Oxford University to study postgraduate civil law. With a $50,000 Law Foundation of SA […]

Seed funding heralds future breakthroughs

From helping families to addressing borderline personality disorders to the perils of personality politics, a new $100,000 impact seed grants initiative by Flinders University for its […]

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Is stuttering linked to social anxiety?

The differences – and similarities –­­ between people with high levels of social anxiety and stutterers are being investigated by researchers at Flinders. In the hope […]