Powering the Change to a Circular Economy is the theme of an Australian-first conference at the Tonsley. The circular economy presents a system of re-use, repurposing […]
A major renewable energy and water management project in California will build on a collaboration between Infratech Industries and Flinders nanotechnology.
The former Governor of South Australia, Kevin Scarce, has launched a fierce defence of Australian ship building at Flinders University’s 2014 Investigator Lecture.
High-tech, thin film gadgets – including smartphones, tablets and interactive TVs – are being used by a growing number of households worldwide.
Flinders University is poised to make its largest single investment in educational facilities since the University was established with a planned $120 million expansion at Tonsley Park.