A knack for technology

Dean Calvert’s knack for technology in the 90s led him from the chemistry lab to a computer lab, and to leading an IT company for the […]

Solving crime through maths and science

Dr Duncan Taylor loves nothing more than using mathematics and molecular science to solve crime in the community. Dr Taylor’s curiosity for forensic problem solving began […]

Breaking new ground in Earth Sciences

Adelaide-born Dr Garry Karner is a world-leading authority in the study of the formation and deformation of the Earth’s crust, a sub-discipline of geology called tectonics, […]

An agricultural crusader

Equipped with a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and two dictionaries – one English to Persian and one Persian to English – Emeritus Professor Acram Taji (PhD(BiolSc) […]

A conservationist with animal instincts

  For animal conservationist Lauren Pfeiffer (BSc(Hons) ’16), rescuing orphan cheetah cubs and raising endangered African painted dogs is all part of day’s work at Namibia’s […]

Simulation and defence expert

Dr Mike Brennan (BSc(Hons) ’82, PhD(PhysSc) ’86) is the principal of Brennan Advisory which was established as an independent professional service provider to organisations in the Defence […]

Flinders No.1 graduate

Professor Alan Easton has achieved significant academic firsts in his life, the first in his family to attend university and one of the first students to […]