The School is home to a rich cross disciplinary group of staff working on exciting research programs ranging from fundamental theoretical and particle physics, across all branches of chemistry to fundamental and applied work in nanotechnology. This research is coupled through national and international collaborations to various research efforts from around the world.
The School is also home to innovative, accredited science education programs in nanotechnology and forensic science in addition to the main stream science programs. These courses of study have produced students who have gone onto exciting careers ranging from the space program to positions in national labs.
The agony of an 11-year-old African girl giving birth without medical care is the focus of postgraduate research by Flinders student Glory Gatwiri.