Them bones, them bones ...

A newly described extinct family of giant wombat relatives, by UK and Australian researchers, has been made possible by a pioneering trip into outback South Australia […]

3MT duels reach semi-finals

The annual 3 Minute Thesis competition has been proceeding with clever online presentations that have enabled the best of Flinders University’s students to continue competing, while […]

Teaching innovations born out of isolation

Flinders University’s swift adaptation and enthusiastic embrace of online teaching innovations due to enforced COVID-19 restrictions has resulted in a raft of positive interactions and teaching […]

Funding for vital climate change research

A number of Flinders University Climate Response Seed Grant projects have started. The project summary and lead chief investigators from three colleges will help progress ongoing […]

Huge new tank mimics tidal activity

A new world-class sand tank facility will greatly assist the coastal hydrogeology research group of the College of Science and Engineering. The large sand tank (measuring […]

Paris on her way to Adelaide

Whyalla student Paris Pauling is one of 287 rural and regional students to receive a tertiary scholarship from the $1.1 million 2020 Bendigo and Adelaide Bank […]

In touch with... Corey Bradshaw

World Environment Day last Friday highlighted the need to care for our planet. This is the focus every day for Matthew Flinders Fellow in Global Ecology […]