Fat controller gets ready to roll

A wireless hand control device, for people with a disabilities such as cerebral palsy and arthritis, is being commercialised. The ‘i-boll’ has been licensed in an agreement […]

Rooftop domestic solar panels. Stock image. Photo: Carl Attard / pexels.

Making solar cells more sustainable

Flinders researchers are part of a global push to create more sustainable and efficient solar cells made from semiconducting plastics, which can be lightweight, flexible and […]

Jesse can-can dance at Moulin Rouge

Adelaide dance graduate Jesse Moore will take her high kicks, splits and cartwheels to the stage of the Moulin Rouge during an eight month contract with […]

New nano ways illuminate future of medicine

The future of improved biomarkers is looking brighter as Flinders University researchers shine a laser light on promising new ‘green’ compounds for medical applications. Streamlining production […]

American education award for Flinders dean

 Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Geography Iain Hay has become the first person outside the US to receive the American Association of Geographers’ (AAG) Gilbert Grosvenor […]

Cyber warriors tackle rise in crime

With cybercrime costing Australian business an average $400,000 per event, careers in cybersecurity are a strong growth area. “The need for cyber professionals has birthed a […]

SA fashion graduate flair on parade

From swim and resort wear, to 1950s vintage and haute couture, 27 TAFE SA and Flinders University fashion graduates will show off their final collections at […]

PhD takes her mesh to defence space

The use of nanotechnology for targeted drug delivery has seen higher degree researcher Melanie Fuller present at a national defence forum in Melbourne. The molecular science […]