Flinders at forefront of science awards

From Excellence in Science and Industry Collaboration to Scientist of the Year, Flinders University was at the forefront of the 2020 SA Science Excellence and Innovation […]

Girls in the frame for science

Flinders University is keeping science, technology, engineering, math and medicine (STEMM) on the agenda by celebrating the 2020 Flinders University Cochlear Aurora Photo Contest in which […]

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 […]