After successful trials in regional South Australia, a sustainable wastewater recycling system is being promoted to some of the world’s poorest communities.
Males, young children and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are significantly more likely to be admitted to hospital with burn injuries, according to a new report written by Flinders University researchers for the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Some of the most advanced 3D modelling techniques helped bring shipwrecks to life at a Maritime Archaeology workshop in Adelaide last week.
Flinders University’s Professor Karen Reynolds has become the first woman to be awarded Engineers Australia’s top award for biomedical engineering.
The final lecture of the Adelaide Festival of Ideas, The Investigator, will see Jeffrey Bleich take to the stage to contemplate the unprecedented rate at which technology is advancing and the opportunities and challenges that this presents.
A new blood test targeting tumour DNA in colorectal (bowel) cancer patients has detected early signs of recurrence of the disease at twice the rate of the standard test currently used.