Flinders shines in The Conversation

Flinders University researchers had their expertise and analysis read by an expanding global audience during 2022 thanks to a successful series of articles published on The Conversation website.

Flinders researchers penned 103 articles for The Conversation, generating more than 5.2 million clicks from readers around the world – and it’s especially impressive that more than 70% of readership for Flinders articles came from countries outside Australia.

Professor Justine Smith took top place with 972,925 reads for her article “One in three people are infected with Toxoplasma parasite – and the clue could be in our eyes”, while two articles by Associate Professor Alice Gorman – “After 45 years, the 5-billion-year legacy of the Voyager 2 interstellar probe is just beginning” and “Will NASA rename the James Webb Space Telescope? A space expert explains the Lavender Scare controversy” – round out the three most successful Flinders articles.

Articles printed by The Conversation are free for media outlets to republish under Creative Commons. The top republishing outlets for Flinders University articles were Live Science, Space.com, ABC, Phys.org and ScienceAlert.

To read the full report of Flinders’ performance in The Conversation, click here.

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