Flinders University

Flinders University is renowned for world-class research and innovation that is relevant, of high quality, and has real impact. We continue to receive significant amounts of funding to carry out research.

Since being established in 1966, Flinders has achieved much of which we can be very proud—in innovative research, in high quality teaching and in community engagement.

Flinders' achievements are underpinned by the network of strong external links that we have developed with our stakeholders and with the communities we serve. We commit to being a university that is outwardly engaged, continuing to build the supportive and valued relationships which will be vital for the future.

Data Profile
Flinders University has 49 data records in Research Data Australia, which cover 431 subjects areas including BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, EARTH SCIENCES and PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCE and involve 0 group(s). All of the information provided by Flinders University can be accessed from the box on the right hand side of this page.

An example of a major data collection from Flinders University that is openly available is the Atlas of Prehistoric Australia. The Atlas of Prehistoric Australia is a storehouse of information on the occurrences of organisms through time and space. It is the deep-time add-on to the Atlas of Living Australia, and emphasises the continuum between past and present, and the valuable role that historical data on taxonomy, ecology and environment can play in improving our understanding of Australia’s unique biota.

Research Support

Research Data Management, Open Data and Open Scholarship services are provided by eResearch@Flinders.