Futuristic teaching to the fore

The long-running ARC and NHMRC-funded ‘Thinking Head’ artificial intelligence research program at Flinders University has inspired much further learning, not least the recently published Cognitive Science […]

Maths stars on the big screen

See mathematics through the eyes of contemporary mathematicians and get a glimpse into their view on the world in a free screening of Colours of Maths, to […]

In touch with ... Charlie Huveneers

When a regular work day involves diving with sharks, you can guarantee Associate Professor Charlie Huveneers has some interesting stories to tell. As the lead for […]

Search is on for top South Australians

Nominations are now open for the 2021 South Australian Science Excellence and Innovations Awards. These awards recognise outstanding achievements in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, […]

Celebrating success

History of Red Cross in Australia has been published, SharkFest 2021 documentary appearance, new grant to examine the impact of the pandemic on tinnitus and keynote […]

Cyber graduates step into work

Two Flinders University cybersecurity graduates are the latest beneficiaries of the Premier’s Defence Industry Scholarship program. Tung Dang and Darcy Owens have joined the team at […]

Silent saxophone earns engineering prize

An ingenious “silent saxophone” designed by College of Science and Engineering student Daniel Birch-Smith has earned him this year’s RS Components Final Year Engineering Project Prize […]

Microbiology stalwarts to the fore

Flinders University’s Associate Professor Jill Carr has become a fellow of the Australian Society for Microbiology – and Professor Melissa Brown, from the College of Science and […]