Green energy project wins prize

Flinders University PhD AHM Mohsinul Reza, from the College of Science and Engineering, has been awarded a State Government Circular Economy Student Award. The annual Green […]

RoboCup team win

A team including French AI and robotics PhD Maëlic Neau – who was a recent visiting student at Flinders University – won the Social Platform League […]

Experts focus on breastfeeding

The next Cosmos Science City free CBD lunchtime lecture on 1 August will coincide with the the start of this year’s World Breastfeeding Week. Professor Annette […]

AI tools aid innovation

As artificial intelligence challenges the future of traditional jobs, education and even the established knowledge and creative industries, Flinders University’s progressive Innovation and Enterprise (INNO) course […]

Millbrook site supports growth

An SA Water revegetation site is thriving – and is also giving Flinders University students exposure to field work opportunities that provide valuable biodiversity and ecology […]

Traditional Owners help dolphin study

Traditional Owner groups in Far North Queensland are collaborating with marine biologists to conduct a census of the Great Barrier Reef’s threatened dolphin species. The researchers […]

Working to the end of days

The adaptations people of working age with advanced cancer make so they can continue participating in everyday life are explored in a paper published in Palliative […]

Free city discussion about gaming

Australia’s emerging gaming industry will be the subject of the second Cosmos Science City panel discussion in Adelaide on 4 July. Flinders University’s newest game design […]