As the Democrats recover from the whirlwind surprises of the Iowa caucus, Donald Trump unhesitatingly threw down the gauntlet in his yearly State of the Union address, says Flinders international relations expert Dr Luis da Vinha.
In 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, tourism is alive and growing at notorious Nazi death camps.
The scale and speed of the current bushfire crisis has caught many people off-guard, including biodiversity scientists. People are scrambling to estimate the long-term effects. It is certain that many animal species will be pushed to the brink of extinction, but how many?
Two of Australia’s leading strategic urban plans could be used or expanded to do much more to promote better places to live for all residents, according to a new report.
The catastrophic bushfires raging across much of Australia have not only taken a huge human and economic toll, but also delivered heavy blows to biodiversity and ecosystem function. Already, scientists are warning of catastrophic extinctions of animals and plants.
The oceans of the world are filling up with plastics and tiny pieces of degrading microplastics, so Flinders scientists are taking to the high seas to investigate its prevalence in Australian waters.
We might not be consulting robot doctors just yet, but Flinders University researchers understand that new technologies are revolutionising the way healthcare is delivered.”