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Flinders University 15h
We often think of women as only being the victims of sex trafficking crimes, but, as Flinders' criminology PhD student Alexandra Baxter writes, they're frequently the perpetrators, too.
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"It would be a real blow to the reputation of the court if a ruling like Roe v Wade... was overturned five-four on strictly partisan lines." — Flinders gender historian Dr Prudence Flowers weighs in on Alabama's abortion ban, via
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With the Liberal-Coalition's governance confirmed after last weekend's election result, what action can we expect on environmental issues? — Flinders ecologist Prof Corey Bradshaw writes in
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"The question Endgame poses for us is, are we willing to make personal sacrifices to save our own futures? To which the answer is a categorical no." — Flinders Dr Danielle Clode writes on as an allegory for Earth's climate crisis.
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Flinders University 19h
This morning's sunny weather makes the Plaza the perfect location for an outdoor lecture on photosynthesis, for human and avian students alike... 🦆🌱
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Flinders University 19h
We all need to think about death and dying, even if we're young and healthy. —Flinders & research associate Rosie Bonnin writes on the importance of death literacy in
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Flinders University 19h
Optometry, physiotherapy, audiology and speech pathology services are now available at Flinders Health2Go — a brand new allied health clinic located right here at Flinders University.
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Flinders University 21h
It’s National Palliative Care Week and we’re profiling the Flinders University researchers who are making a difference. — Dr Deidre Morgan is an occupational therapist whose research is centred on optimising function at end-of-life.
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Kaboom! — A large fireball that lit up the night sky in SA and Vic overnight probably a large meteor. "Several times a year there will be an event that is... quite spectacular" — Flinders space archaeologist spoke to
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Flinders University May 20
Students, we'd love your help in shaping the future of student services, support, and facilities here at Flinders University. — Complete this short survey, share your unique views and experiences, and go in the draw to win one of 15 cinema gift cards.
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Flinders University May 20
"These things have an impact. Naming things in the solar system... reflects a version of Earth back to us.” — Flinders space archaeologist on Ultima Thule, the 32km long space Kuiper belt space rock that's now the cause of a Nazi scandal.
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Flinders University May 20
It’s National Palliative Care Week and we’re profiling the Flinders University researchers who are making a difference — A/Prof guides doctors, nurses and allied health workers in delivering care to patients at the end of their lives.
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Flinders University May 20
Do you know a Flinders graduate making a difference in their field, to their community, or to the University? — Nominate them for a Flinders University Alumni Award.
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Flinders University May 20
We better not forget space archaeology, as Flinders Dr Alice Gorman presents The Archaeology of Apollo 11 SOLD OUT at tonight.
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Flinders University May 20
It's National Archaeology Week and we'll be busy digging things up, dusting things off, and finding things at the bottom of the ocean.
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Flinders University May 19
Replying to @JamesDoreyPhoto
You can follow James on twitter
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James Dorey May 19
Happy world bee day everyone! It's time to celebrate all bees big and [very] small :D
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Flinders University May 19
Replying to @WCC_Podcast
Interested in even more bee business for ? — Check out this interview with James on (🎧42m20s)
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Flinders University May 19
Replying to @CSIROPublishing
You'll definitely want to get a copy of James' photobook — Bees of Australia: A Photographic Exploration — which explores topics such as bee social behaviour, pollination, and how to attract more bees to your garden.
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Flinders University May 19
Replying to @SAMuseum
James is currently studying the evolution, taxonomy and ecology of Australian native bees here at Flinders and the
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