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Flinders University’s state-of-the-art $120 million teaching and research facility at Tonsley officially opened today.
Flinders University was on site last weekend at Tonsley as TAFE SA gave the public a sneak peak at the training facility in their new Sustainable Industries Education Centre.
Seeley International will partner with Flinders University and TAFE SA at Tonsley to establish a research and development centre for new energy efficient cooling and heating technologies.
Flinders Centre for Nanoscale Science and Technology is launching NanoConnect, a pilot program to demonstrate to businesses how nanotechnology could help improve their products and processes.
Professor David Lewis, Director of Flinders University’s Centre for NanoScale Science and Technology, has been chosen to take part in Austrade’s Visiting Researcher Program to Europe in 2011.