Mega Support for Microbat Citizen Science

May 1, 2018

Citizen scientists have been getting behind the Mega Murray-Darling Microbat Project, spending their evenings on bat patrol.

Science Update: Fluoride

May 22, 2017

Addition of fluoride to drinking water has been listed as one of the Top 10 public health achievements. So why the controversy?

Inspiring Interviews with South Australian Scientists

February 7, 2017

The South Australian Science Excellence Awards showcase the best of SA science. These interviews with the 2016 nominees are inspiring!

Grant success for SA Unis

November 4, 2016

South Australian universities awarded $26.8million in latest round of Australian Research Council grants.

Humans settled in arid Australia 49,000 years ago

November 3, 2016

Excavations in the Flinders Ranges have unearthed one of the most important prehistoric sites in Australia, re-writing our history.

The voyage of Nicolas Baudin and ‘art in the service of science’

June 13, 2016

The voyage of Nicolas Baudin to map the unknown coasts of Australia is a gripping tail of exploration and enlightenment, and entwined with the birth of what we now understand to be ‘science’. The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers 1800-1804 is on display at the South Australian Martime Museum until December 11, 2016.

How to pick the good from the bad smartphone health apps

May 25, 2016

You can find an app for everything – including tracking your health. But how to tell if one is actually good for you? University of South Australia researcher Dr Carol Maher suggests 6 key factors to look out for.