Global census of shark, ray habits

Conservation scientists have unlocked the mysteries of how shark and ray species move up and down the ocean water column, in an effort to better understand […]

Leading research on eating disorders

Flinders University Professor Marika Tiggemann, from the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work, received a lifetime achievement award at the Australia and NZ Academy for […]

Ukrainian President's big uni lecture

Flinders University students leapt at the chance to hear Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy deliver a livestreamed lecture on 3 August, with a packed lecture theatre at […]

Research helps build circular economy

Two outstanding Flinders University researchers, Dr Maximilian Mann and Yunzhong Wang, have received State Government Green Industries SA Circular Economy awards. Deputy Premier and Minister for […]

New palliative care research projects

Aged care workers, nurses and carers in the community will receive more critical support when delivering end-of-life palliative care services thanks to two new Flinders University-led […]

Small town tour in the spotlight

The Flinders Institute for Mental Health and Wellbeing is supporting Country Arts SA’s presentation of Euphoria through regional and remote SA during August – with the acclaimed […]

Flinders students back in the field

Palaeontology students from Flinders University have been getting their hands dirty looking for megafauna bones at the rich Alacoota fossil site near Alice Springs. The Alacoota […]

Revealed: The business of drugs in America

Ultra-violent and sensationalised depictions of players in America’s drug trade are far removed from the real situation, says Flinders University criminologist Dr R.V. Gundur. His new […]