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 […]

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 […]

Rehab device to help this sporting life

An Adelaide invention that communicates sport injury rehabilitation in real time is set for more trials and export markets. The prototype, delivered through Flinders University’s innovative […]

New med-tech research lab in China

Collaborative research with Shandong Academy of Sciences and Flinders University is expanding with the signing of a heads of agreement to establish the joint International Laboratory […]

Star turn for Fresh Scientists

Flinders researchers in cancer and sleep apnoea will be part of the annual Fresh Science competition in Adelaide next week. Early-career researchers Laura Gell and Dr […]

Quest to put sleep disorders to rest

Poor sleep and sleep disorders have a negative impact on health, productivity and safety of Australians. The cost to the economy of the two most common […]

Atrial fibrillation is the most common serious cardiac arrhythmia. Photo: J Heuser, creative commons, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Heart-felt help for remote communities

Aboriginal health care and community workers are being trained to use a mobile phone app to check for atrial fibrillation. This project is a collaboration between […]

Turning up the heat on hypothermia

Blood clots, infections, heart attacks and the spiralling financial costs associated with surgery-related hypothermia could be reduced thanks to a leap forward in the technology used […]

David Hobbs (left) and Max Hughes with Orby prototypes at Flinders at Tonsley during the design and development process.

Serious game therapy in world tech summit

The World Health Organisation has invited a Flinders researcher to talk about his invention at a global forum in Geneva, Switzerland. David Hobbs, a rehabilitation engineering […]