eResearch @ Flinders

eResearch is defined as the use of advanced information and communications technologies for research and includes tools to support collaboration, data management and analysis, high performance computing and visualisation/haptics.

Flinders researchers already use many eResearch tools. This site aims to bring together information about eResearch at Flinders. Use the links to the left to find out more or email


  • The Australian Research Council (ARC) Open Access Policy has been updated. ARC requires all research outputs (journal articles, conference papers, books, book chapters) to be made Open Access, where permitted due to copyright. The policy now states that a Chief Investigator must provide: ARC Project ID number (grant number) with associated publications [NEW]. Publication metadata […]
  • Publication models continue to evolve and respond to the digital age but it is not always the case that we see rigorously peer reviewed scholarly work available freely online without passwords or paywalls. However, a new publisher, Digital Renaissance Editions (DRE), has done just that using the publishing platform and virtual infrastructure of the complementary […]
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  • huni logoA partnership among 13 public institutions, HuNI combines information from 30 of Australia‚Äôs most significant cultural datasets, with the potential to incorporate more in future. HuNI allows researchers to create, save, and publish selections of data, analyse and assert relationships among data, share findings, and export the data for use in external environments.

  • eucalyptus plantThe NeCTAR Research Cloud is helping the ARC Centre of Excellence for Plant Energy Biology (PEB) discover better ways to feed and fuel the planet by understanding more about how plants use energy.

    Photo courtesy the Plant Energy Biology CoE.

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