Helping hand for Timor-Leste youth

A landmark policy blueprint for Timor-Leste’s social and economic development is rolling out, backed by Flinders University expertise. The ‘Timor-Leste 2018 National Human Development Report: Preparing […]

Tackling mental health ‘head on’

A new approach to solve the big health challenge of mental illness is rolling out under the Breakthrough Mental Health Research Foundation. Flinders University and the […]

How to get ahead in science

The pathway to success for a modern scientist is strewn with more than just academic challenges. After years of fielding enquiries from fellow scientists about how […]

Rehab device takes fast track at 2018 Games

South Australian sport-tech startup Prohab will launch its new rehabilitation device at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. The Prohab rehab device connects to standard resistance […]

Housing barriers are harming refugee health

Many new arrivals to Australia find securing a house difficult and have ongoing problems with their housing once they do, Flinders University researchers say. Housing issues […]

When social policy develops super powers

A grassroots social welfare program from the progressive years of the Whitlam Government is a model way to create more coherent and vibrant communities – and […]

Galloping in from Outer Mongolia

Visiting Endeavour fellow, American archaeologist Dr Julia Clark, has spent the past decade in the vast frozen plains of Mongolia. And there’s no place she’d rather […]

Allison MacFarlane speaking at ‘Women on Boards’, a panel discussion to mark International Women’s Day 2015. Vienna, Austria. Photo: Dean Calma / International Atomic Energy Agency.

Fulbright expert on nuclear energy

Nuclear waste disposal in Australia is on the radar of Allison Macfarlane, the new Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Applied Public Policy at Flinders University and Carnegie […]