New NT sleep disorder assessment tool

Doctors at Royal Darwin Hospital have created a sleep assessment tool primarily to assist in the diagnosis of sleep disorders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander […]

Historic apology to Tasmanian People

Matthew Flinders Professor Penny Edmonds, Dean (Research),  College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, recently joined other board members of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery […]

Experts weigh in on aged care report

Flinders University disability and inclusion expert Professor Richard Bruggemann and Flinders Caring Futures Institute health economist Professor Julie Ratcliffe have looked at the 148 recommendations from […]

Young scientist launches new STEM website

A career in science is “priceless but costly,” says Flinders University medical researcher Dr Marta Gabryelska. In a soon-to-published essay in Molecular Biology of the Cell, […]

Love on the run, and they're PREPD to go

Flinders physiotherapist and elite athlete Riley Cocks, and his super-fit partner Izzi Batt-Doyle, had a lot to celebrate this Valentine’s Day. Their coaching business RunAsOne, which […]

Vaccine promise in marine extracts

Scientists are exploring whether unique Australian marine bio-sources could enhance vaccines, with active ingredients in local sea cucumbers identified as holding promise. In Asia, sea cucumbers […]

Rare encounter in Arnhem Land

Flinders University rock art archaeologist Dr Daryl Wesley’s ARC-funded study on remote islands in north-east Arnhem Land is part of the new series of popular documentary […]