Drawing from ancient history

‘Geo-picks, acid, pixels and paint brushes’ is the title of this year’s Flinders University Wells Annual Lecture in Palaeontology being held on 11 October. Wildlife and […]

Rare gems in Uni's vertebrate collection

An expert assessment of Flinders University Palaeontology’s extensive vertebrate collection has been done with support from a $7250 Community Heritage Grant (CHG). The Flinders University Vertebrate […]

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 […]

Wombats' big day at Brookfield

Southern hairy-nosed wombats at the Brookfield Conservation Park went into hiding on World Wombat Day (22 October 2021) during a special celebration to mark 50 years of Flinders […]

Aspiring fossil hunter goes underground

A prize-winning Year 12 student has gone back in time with a Flinders University fossil expedition to the Naracoorte Caves and the opportunity to study palaeontology […]

Flinders to star in National Science Week

Flinders University professors, researchers and graduates have starring roles in this year’s National Science Week (14-22 August), Australia’s annual celebration of science and technology. With over […]