One of the first large-scale aerial surveys of the eastern Great Australian Bight found significant populations of dolphins and whales, underlining the importance of the region for marine biodiversity.
Scientists have many tools at their disposal to study, manipulate and copy genes.
Younger Australian Defence Force veterans will receive improved support to embark on tertiary studies pathways as the result of Flinders University receiving a $157,000 Supporting Younger Veterans grant from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
Less may be best when it comes to schools preparing children for the National Assessment Program—Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) test.
Reading doesn’t need to be a boring chore that students suffer through.
Seeing the new film Storm Boy, my mind turns to the landscape that forms the film’s backdrop. This is the Kurangk (Coorong), land of the Ngarrindjeri Nation. The Nation’s cultural heritage, testifying to the Ngarrindjeri’s enduring connection to the region, is being destroyed by off-road vehicles.
National scrutiny of Australia’s Vocational Education and Training workforce has prompted a Flinders University researcher with more than 30 years’ VET experience to provide recommendations that will build the capability of VET teachers.”