Future Frigate tech alliance set to start

South Australia’s expertise in smart ship technologies will be boosted with the establishment of a $3 million Centre of Excellence in Adelaide if Navantia Australia is […]

Scholarship for young SA math talent

Instead of basic arithmetic and Year 4 timestables, 10-years-old Adelaide mathematician Levi Pesin is starting a degree at Flinders University. He is adding two tertiary-level math […]

Community champions lauded

Two South Australian business innovators, a former Olympian and a gifted Indigenous artist have been celebrated this week with Honorary Doctorates from Flinders University. Anthony Kittel, […]

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 […]

Record number for IWD challenge 

A record 152 students and staff supported the second Flinders University White Coat Challenge today to celebrate women in STEM on International Women’s Day. Organisers thanked […]

Cool career paths for student passions

From software engineering to health nutrition and sport, Flinders University students are finding their entrepreneurial pathway with help from the University’s New Venture Institute. One example […]

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 […]