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 […]
Medical Devices Partnering Program
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 […]
An international node of the successful Medical Device Partnering Program based Flinders will be launched in Singapore. The MDPP-Partnership 2025 memorandum of understanding with Nanyang Technological […]
A cancer detecting probe that can improve clinical outcomes for patients is being brought to clinical trials thanks to assistance from Flinders biomedical engineers supported by State […]
A national report launched in Canberra by the Aged Care Minister Ken Wyatt shows how rapid and continuous growth of new technologies is radically transforming the lives […]
A Playford Trust PhD scholarship is giving Flinders scholar Robert Trott a big step forwards in his dream career goals in biomedical engineering. The double degree […]
Professor Karen Reynolds and Professor Keryn Williams have been named among Zonta Club of Adelaide’s nine ‘Women of Achievement for 2017’. Professor Reynolds was recognised for […]
South Australian universities are teaming with key industry partners to stage the inaugural Asia-Pacific University Industry Innovation Network (UIIN) conference in Adelaide.
Clinical trials of a new technique to tackle bladder cancer will commence at Flinders under an industry-university collaboration underway in South Australia.